Input Devices Supported : Gravis Gamepad

The successful Gravis Gamepad was a digital joypad with four buttons that plugged into a standard joystick port. Special support was needed by DOS programs to access the third and fourth buttons.

Gravis Gamepad is part of the Input Devices Supported category.

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sorted in descending orderGame TitleYearPublisher
Total Carnage1994Midway
Tomb Raider: Gold1998Eidos Interactive, Inc., Eidos, Inc., Eidos Interactive Ltd.
Tomb Raider1996Eidos Interactive, Inc., Eidos, Inc., Eidos Interactive Ltd., Sold Out Sales & Marketing Ltd., SoftKey Multimedia Inc.
Time Slaughter1996Bloodlust Software
Time Commando1996Activision, Inc., Adeline Software International
Thunderstrike 21995CentreGold, Sold Out Sales & Marketing Ltd.
Test Drive: Off-Road1997Accolade, Inc.
The Terminator: Future Shock1995Virgin Interactive Entertainment (Europe) Ltd., Bethesda Softworks LLC
Terminal Velocity19953D Realms Entertainment, Inc., FormGen, Inc., U.S. Gold Ltd.
Tank Commander1995Domark Group Ltd., Domark Software, Inc., Domark Software Ltd.
SWIV 3D1996SCi Games Ltd., SCi (Sales Curve Interactive) Ltd.
Surface Tension1996GameTek Deutschland GmbH, GameTek, Inc., GameTek France, GameTek UK Ltd.
Super Street Fighter II Turbo1995GameTek, Inc., GameTek UK Ltd.
Super Street Fighter II1996Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
Super Stardust1996GameTek, Inc.
SuperKarts1995Virgin Interactive Entertainment (Europe) Ltd., Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc.
Subwar 20501993MicroProse Software, Inc., MicroProse Ltd.
Striker '961996Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.
Striker '951995Time Warner Interactive Ltd.
Street Racer1997Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
Star Wars: Dark Forces1995LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC, Softgold Computerspiele GmbH
Starcom1997Grey Software
Splat!1999PLBM Games
Spheroids1993Data Becker GmbH & Co. KG
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