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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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Game TitleYearsorted in ascending orderPublisher
Secret of the Silver Blades1990Pony Canyon, Inc., Strategic Simulations, Inc., WizardWorks Group, Inc.
Eoroid1994Wolf Software Ltd.
Gaudi: Barcelona no Kaze1989Wolf Team
Verkeersrally1985Wolters Software
The Deep1987U.S. Gold Ltd., Wood Place Inc.
World Quest1993WordUp Software Productions
Residue2013Working Parts, The
They Breathe2011Working Parts, The
Deathstate2015Workinman Interactive LLC.
Ryse: Son of Rome - Legendary Edition2014Microsoft Studios
State of Decay: Year-One Survival Edition2015Microsoft Studios
Outlaw1976Atari, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Microsoft Game Studios
Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition2014Capcom U.S.A., Inc., Microsoft Studios
Dolphin1983Activision, Inc., Microsoft Game Studios
Space War1978Atari, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Microsoft Game Studios
Billiards1981Konami Industry Co. Ltd., Sony Corporation, Microsoft Game Studios
Gravitar1982Atari Corporation, Atari, Inc., Microsoft Game Studios
Off the Wall1989Atari Corporation, Microsoft Game Studios
Double Dunk1989Atari Corporation, Microsoft Game Studios
Surround1977Atari, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Microsoft Game Studios
Space Duel1982AtariAge, Atari, Inc., Microsoft Game Studios
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe1979Atari, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Microsoft Game Studios
Starmaster1982Activision, Inc., Microsoft Game Studios
Gyruss1983Centuri, Inc., Konami Industry Co. Ltd., Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., Parker Brothers, Ultra Software Corporation, Microsoft Game Studios
Plaque Attack1983Activision, Inc., Microsoft Game Studios
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