Input Devices Supported : Dual Joystick Singular Control

"Dual-joystick" refers to the practice of using both joysticks (or a flight yoke or driving wheel with "throttle controls") to control a single player. This practice was popular with flight simulators before the advent of common "flightsticks". The most common use of two sticks is when one stick is used for the yoke and the other stick is used for the throttle, although the use of dual sticks for ambidexterous control has extended to video games such as Robotron.

Dual Joystick Singular Control is part of the Input Devices Supported category.

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sorted in ascending orderGame TitleYearPublisher
3-D Ultra Pinball: Creep Night1996Dice Multi Media Europe B.V., Sierra On-Line, Inc.
A-10 Cuba!1996Activision Japan Co., Ltd., Activision, Inc.
Bug!1996SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
Colin McRae Rally1998Codemasters Software Company Limited, The, Imagineer Co., Ltd.
Descent II1996Interplay Productions, Inc., Interplay Entertainment Corp.
DragonHeart: Fire & Steel1996Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.
Fire Fight1996Electronic Arts, Inc.
Flying Corps1996Empire Interactive Entertainment, Empire Interactive Europe Ltd.
Front Page Sports: Trophy Rivers1997Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Full Tilt! 2 Pinball1996Maxis Software Inc.
Locus1995GT Interactive Software Corp.
MechWarrior 2: Mercenaries1996Activision, Inc.
Menateus1996Siemens Nixdorf
Microsoft Flight Simulator for Windows 951996Microsoft Corporation
Monaco Grand Prix Racing Simulation 21998Euro Services Internet, Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
Mortal Kombat Trilogy1997GT Interactive Software Corp.
Motorhead1998Gremlin Interactive Ltd.
NBA Live 971996Electronic Arts, Inc.
NHL 971996Electronic Arts, Inc.
Rayman1995Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
Redline Racer1998Imagineer Co., Ltd., Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
Rocket Jockey1996Mondadori New Media, SegaSoft, Inc.
Sonic & Knuckles Collection1996Expert Software, Inc., SEGA Entertainment, Inc., SEGA Enterprises Ltd.
Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter - Balance of Power Campaigns1997LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC
Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter - Flight School1997LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC
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