The ADL (Asteroids/Asteroids Deluxe/Lunar Lander) A2D (analog to digital) Thruster Interface is a small circuit board designed to plug into Braze Technology's Asteroids Multigame kit.
The ADL (Asteroids/Asteroids Deluxe/Lunar Lander) A2D (analog to digital) Thruster Interface is a small circuit board designed to plug into Braze Technology's Multigame kit. It allows an analog thruster control to be used instead of buttons when playing Lunar Lander.
I will have these up on the site when we are done with our reproduction Lunar Lander Thruster. No ETA as of now.
Why would I want to help support a thief with my products and support someone selling their garbage on Etsy?
They took THOUSANDS of dollars from the KLOV community...and some of you don't/won't remember. Short answer is I do remember, I just won't support that...
So, these will be offered for our LL Thruster customers first, then, added to the Asteroids Multigame sales and then POSSIBLY sold by themselves. We will only sell them individually once our Thruster/Asteroids Multi Kit customers are taken care of.
Includes fully assembled kit, plus a three-wire cable to connect the input pins to the potentiometer on the thruster itself (not included).
The interface was designed to allow for a variety of input pots and is adjustable for a range of digital output values, and there is plenty of room to dial it in. Target output values are based on research done on dedicated Lunar Lander machines, the adaptation of the Lunar Lander code in the Braze kit, and even input from one of the original engineers of the game. It was designed to use a 5K potentiometer as found in the original Lunar Lander thruster control, but has the flexibility to adjust if a different value is used.