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Retro Switch Interface


Retro Computer Interface. Atari and Blue switch not included. Blue Switch and Atari 2600 not included

Use disability standard switches on classic games machines and computers. A cheap and vast source of fun games and activities.

Retro Computer Switch Interface.

* Contact us if interested in using for Mouse control.

Accessible Gaming LINKS:

  • One Switch Gaming - Much information on how to make games machines accessible, games reviews, links and access campaign.
  • Adaptation Service - I may be able to adapt a controller to your specifications, and if not, point you in the right direction.
  • D.I.Y. - Step by step guides for adapting most games machines for disability switch use.

Outlaw (1977) - AtariBowling (1978) - AtariSpace Invaders (1978) - Atari/TaitoCombat (1977) - AtariAir-Sea Battle (1977) - Atari


  • Encourage team work.
  • Great 2-player games.
  • Cause and Effect learning.
  • Atari 2600 games are often very clear and easy to follow.
  • Virtual vs. Real games: Use an accessible computer set-up running Darts, Pool or Snooker next to a real dartboard, pool or snooker table. ("180 Darts" for the Commodore 64/128, and "Archer McClean's Pool" and "Snooker" for the Atari ST or Commodore Amiga are superb for this).
  • Explore the heritage of video games.
  • Create Art using an Atari ST - then transfer to a PC to print out.
  • Experiment with light using Llamasoft light synthesisers.
  • Great for teaching up, down, left and right.