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The following are a list of accessories released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and/or the Famicom.

List

  • NES Controller (Basic) - The original rectangle NES controller. (Nintendo)
  • NES Controller 2 Dogbone (Basic) - The SNES styled NES controller created for the NES 2. (Nintendo)
  • NES Max - A controller with a sliding control pad and rapid-fire buttons. (Nintendo)
  • NES Advantage - Arcade style joystick for the NES. (Nintendo)
  • HFC (Hands Free Controller) - A hands free controller designed specifically for people with physical limitations and special needs. It was worn like a vest, uses puff and sipping motions on a straw for the A and B buttons, and a chin stick for directional movement. This product was offered exclusively through Nintendo's consumer service number and was not sold in stores. (Nintendo)
  • NES Zapper - Official NES light gun. Came in both grey and orange color variations. (Nintendo)
  • Power Pad - NES exercise mat. (Nintendo)
  • R.O.B. - Small, battery-powered robot. (Nintendo)
  • NES Four Score - Allows 4 players to play games at once. (Nintendo)
  • NES Satellite - The NES Satellite is a Nintendo Entertainment System multiplayer adaptor accessory (multitap) as a part of the NES Sports Set it allows up to four players to play the NES, potentially simultaneously. Additionally, it acts as a wireless range extender adaptor for all wired controllers, with the use of portable, battery-powered, infrared technology. While a normal controller has a range of 7.6 feet, the NES Satellite expands the usable range to 15 feet. (Nintendo)
  • NES Cleaning Kit - A cleaning device that cleans the console and gamepad. (Nintendo)
  • NES Lockout - Locking device with key to prevent play. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom 3D System - The Famicom 3D System is a 3D System consists of a pair of active shutter glasses and an adapter to connect them to the Famicom's third player expansion port. The glasses are connected to the adapter via dual 3.5 mm jacks. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom Data Recorder (HVC-008) is a compact cassette tape data interface introduced in 1984, for the Famicom which had been introduced in 1983. It is compatible with four Famicom games, for saving user-generated content to tapes. As Nintendo's first rewritable storage medium, it was replaced by the Famicom Disk System in 1986. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom 4-Players Adaptor - Allows 4 players to play games at once. Not compatible with the NES Satellite or other NES 4-player adapters. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom Light Gun - A handgun-style light gun. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom Modem - Used to connect to a Nintendo server which provided content such as jokes, news (mainly about Nintendo), game tips, weather reports for Japan and allowed a small number of games to be downloaded. (Nintendo)
  • Family BASIC Keyboard - A Famicom keyboard only used in conjunction with the Family BASIC software. (Nintendo)
  • Famicom Controller - The original Famicom controller. Two controllers were permanently attached to the Famicom. The second player's controller included a built in microphone but lacked the "start" and "select" buttons (Nintendo)
  • Acclaim Remote Controller - The officially licensed wireless infrared remote controller for the NES. (Acclaim)
  • Aladdin Deck Enhancer - Allows the NES to play Aladdin game cartridges. (Camerica)
  • Arkanoid Controller - Specific controller for the game Arkanoid. (Taito)
  • Datach - Allows the NES to play Datach game cartridges. (Bandai)
  • Double Player - Wireless head-to-head system. (Acclaim)
  • Epyx 500XJ - Handheld Joystick for the NES. (Konix)
  • Freedom Connection - Adaptor to convert any controller into a wireless one. (Camerica)
  • Freedom Deck - Arcade style joystick. (Camerica)
  • Freedom Pad - Infra-red wireless NES controller. (Camerica)
  • Game Genie - Cheat code adapter for NES cartridges. Normally only works on the NES1 (front loading) control decks. (Galoob and Camerica)
  • Game Genie NES 2 Adaptor - Special adaptor that (when attached) allows the Game Genie to have compatibility with the NES 2. It was primarily given away for free to all Game Genie owners, but only if they made a mail order phone request for one. After mail orders were no longer accepted some of the leftover stock did appear for sale in limited quantities at lesser known convenient stores. (Galoob)
  • The Game Handler - A one-handed flight stick that controls by tilting. (IMN Control)
  • Game Key - NES cartridge adaptor. (Horeleg)
  • HES Unidaptor - Famicom and NES cartridge adaptor. (Home Entertainment Suppliers)
  • HES Unidaptor MKII - NES adaptor.
  • Innovation Joypad - Turbo controller with cord on the left instead of top. "START" is labeled "CTART". Called "Innovation 8 Bit Controller" on box and "Innovation Joypad" on the actual controller. (Innovation Entertainment)
  • Jammer - NES Advantage clone.
  • Joycard Sanusui SSS - Controller with adapter for headphones. (Hudson Soft)
  • LaserScope - Voice activated laser headset. (Konami)
  • NES Turbo Blaster
  • Magic Key - NES cartridge adaptor. (Magic Key)
  • Mega - Programmable control pad with an LCD screen. (Bandai)
  • Miracle Piano - Game that teaches keyboarding with a real keyboard. (The Software Toolworks)
  • Mother Ship Joystick
  • Power Glove - Virtual hand controller. (Mattel)
  • Pro-Action Replay
  • Pro Beam Light Gun - A Zapper Light Gun clone for NES. (Dominator)
  • Quickshot Arcade - NES Advantage clone.
  • Quickshot Aviator 2 - Flight simulator style NES controller. (QuickShot)
  • Quickshot joystick
  • Quickshot Trackball - Controller with two buttons and a trackball. (QuickShot)
  • Quickshot Wizmaster - Wireless controller. (Quickshot)
  • Quickshot sighting scope - N.E.S Zapper-scope. (QuickShot)
  • Roll 'n Rocker - A controller where the user tilt their weight in a direction to control games. (LJN (Acclaim))
  • Speedboard - A piece of plastic that you put your controller in that "puts the speed at your fingers". (Pressman)
  • Speedking - NES controller that slowed down gameplay. (Konix)
  • Super Chair - A chair controller; direction is determined by leaning in the chair and the A, B, Start, and Select buttons are on hand grips.
  • Super Controller - Joystick conversion cover for the NES Controller (Basic). (Bandai)
  • Superstick - Infra-red wireless joystick. (Beeshu)
  • Teleplay Modem - A MODEM that enabled head to head play with other consoles (including the Sega Genesis). (Baton)
  • Turbo Tech Controller - Controller for NES.
  • Turbo Touch 360 - Touch sensor controller.
  • Turbotronic - Arcade style joystick. (Camerica)
  • U-Force - Programmable "hands free" technology. (Brøderbund)
  • Ultimate Superstick - Arcade style joystick. (Beeshu)
  • Zipper - Turbo fire control pad with small removable joystick that goes into its D-pad. (Beeshu)
  • Zinger - Turbo fire joystick. (Beeshu)
  • Zoomer - Flight simulator joystick. (Beeshu)
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