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 +===== PC Engine Games + The XE-1AP =====
 +The Micomsoft XE-1AP was a hand-held controller that had all the functionality of the massive Sharp/​Micomsoft Cyber-Stick,​ released for the X68000, and compatible with the Fujitsu FM-Towns, MSX and Sega MegaDrive. ​ Looking a lot like a cross between a pre-historic Playstation controller and a frisbee, the pad offered one 2-axis analogue control and one single-axis analogue control, in addition to a half a dozen buttons and other features.
 +While normally a 9-pin DSUB connector won't fit in the PC Engine'​s 6-pin mini-DIN, there was an adaptor (The XHE-3) which allowed the use of MSX, X68000 and FM-Towns((This adaptor does not work with MegaDrive/​Master System pads, [[controls:​sega_atari_msx_x68000|See here for details.]])) pads on the PCE.  When connected, the XE-1AP offered real analogue control to all of four PC Engine games:
 +  * Forgotten Worlds
 +  * Afterburner II
 +  * Outrun
 +  * Operation Wolf
 +All four games are made by NEC Avenue.
 +  * http://​www6.airnet.ne.jp/​wataru/​pcefaq/​pcefaq.htm (part 16-19)
 +  * [[controls:​sega_atari_msx_x68000|Comparison of Japanese PC, Sega + Amiga DB9 pinouts]]
 +  * [[controls:​pc_engine_controller|PC Engine controller pinout]]
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