Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 39 / AUGUST 1983 / PAGE 10

How To Build Your Own TI-99/4A Joystick Adapter

As an owner of a TI-99/4A, I decided I wanted a joystick to go with it. To save time and money, I got the Atari pin configuration from a friend and TI's configuration from the TI toll-free information line. After that it was a simple matter of buying three nine-pin "D" connectors (two male and one female), a small box, and some wire. Following this wiring diagram, you can make this adapter in about an hour and be able to select any joystick from the wide variety of Atari-compatible joysticks sold.

Gary Cook

Thanks for the suggestion. We built it here and it works perfectly.