Controller Types Supported : Digital Joystick
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.
Digital Joystick is part of the Controller Types Supported category. List of more specific ways how some generic controller (i.e. joystick, gamepad, mouse) operates (i.e. analog, digital) or how it connects to the device (i.e. wired, wireless).
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