Category: System & Controllers
Caution Level: Alert
Download File Size: 1.1¬†MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Release Date: 02 Feb 1999
The Raptor 3D USB Gamestick is a game controller from Primax. This game controller is an input device that is used to control a video game. It is normally connected to a video game console or a desktop. A game controller can be in the form of a keyboard, gamepad, mouse, paddle, joystick or any other equipment constructed for gaming that is capable of receiving input. The extraordinary purpose devices like steering wheels for driving games and light guns for shooting games may also suffice as a platform. Some devices like the keyboards and mouse devices are truly common input devices and their purpose is not firmly limited to that of a game controller. In addition to that, these keyboards and mouse devices can be emulated with a game pad. The Raptor 3D USB Gamestick game controller can be used to control the movements or actions of a character in a video game or computer game.
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The Raptor 3D USB Gamestick is made up of a handheld stick that can be tilted around on either of the two axes and sometimes twisted around a third. Most of the time, this is used for flight simulators. It is constructed and designed to be accessed with the user's hand, with its base either held in the opposite hand or mounted on a table. It is configured so that the moving of the stick right or left indicates movement along the X axis and moving it forward or back indicates the movement along the Y axis. Some gamesticks are configured for three-dimensional movement, twisting the stick left which is counter-clockwise or right which is clockwise indicates the movement along the Z axis. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Raptor 3D USB Gamestick errors before installing any driver updates.