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Input Devices Supported : Joystick (Digital)

Truly "digital" joysticks, in the DOS realm, can be thought of as Atari joysticks--simple 4-directional joysticks with a single fire button--that can be connected to the computer. The appeal of such setups was the elimination of joystick calibration; with digital joysticks, you're either pushing the stick, or you're not.

Some companies, like Banana Software Development, supported this setup, although you had to build a simple device to attach the Atari-style joystick to the parallel port of the PC. Some other computers supported "digital" joysticks natively, like the Amstrad PC.

Joystick (Digital) is part of the Input Devices Supported category. Input devices supported by games in order to enhance gameplay or offer alternate way of controls, but are not necessary in order to fully play the game.

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sorted in descending orderGame TitleYearPublisher
London Racer II20021C Company, Davilex Games B.V.
London Blitz1983The Avalon Hill Game Company
Lombric1999Just For Fun
Lombard RAC Rally1988Hit Squad, The, Mandarin Software
Lollypop1994Rainbow Arts Software GmbH, Softgold Computerspiele GmbH
Loki1983Joe the Lion
Logo1990Starbyte Software
Logger1983Comm*Data Computer House, Inc.
Log!cal1991ASCII Corporation, Rainbow Arts Software GmbH, Sun Corporation
Lodoss-Tō Senki: Fukujinzuke1989Brother Kougyou, Humming Bird Soft
Lode Runner's Rescue1985Synapse Software Corporation
Lode Runner II1985Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
Lode Runner1983Ariolasoft UK, Atari Corporation, Banpresto Co., Ltd., Brøderbund Software, Inc., Hudson Entertainment, Inc., Hudson Soft Company, Ltd., Irem Corp., Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd., Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., Living Mobile GmbH, SEGA Enterprises Ltd., Soft Pro International, Software Projects Ltd., Sony Corporation, SystemSoft, Tozai, Inc., Microsoft Studios
Locus1995GT Interactive Software Corp.
Loco-Motion1982Mattel Electronics, SEGA Enterprises Ltd., TAKARA Co., Ltd., Tomy Company, Ltd.
Locomotion1992Kingsoft GmbH
LocoCycle2013Microsoft Studios
Loco1984Alligata Software Ltd.
Lock 'n' Chase1981G1M2, Mattel Electronics, Taito America Corporation
Lochjaw1982Apollo, Inc.
Lizard1992ASF s.c., Tiger Developments Ltd.
Livingstone, I Presume?1986Alligata Software Ltd., Opera Soft S.A.
Livingstone II1989Opera Soft S.A.
Liverpool: The Computer Game1992Grandslam Video Ltd.
Liverpool: The Computer Game1993Grandslam Video Ltd.
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