Zoomer (NES accessory)

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The Zoomer was an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System developed by Beeshu, Inc. It was essentially a joystick made for flying games and racing games, such as Top Gun, Flight of the Intruder and Rad Racer. The Zoomer also had a feature that slowed down the gameplay, reminiscent of another accessory, the NES Advantage, as well as a button that allowed the player to fire at enemies automatically.[1]


The Zoomer received negative reception, due to the fact that the joystick along with many other similar joysticks of the time broke quite easily.

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