Nintendo Switch showcased the wonderful Joy-Con , the little controllers that have become some of the most iconic elements of the console. p>
Managers of the iconic “click” , the colorful controllers (but really many colors, on Amazon) have also been at the center of various discussions.
Joy-Con suffer from the now infamous drifting, a problem that has plagued many players and that Nintendo has never been able to completely solve.
The company has been confident several times, but there has never been a definitive solution for the terrible drifting.
In the meantime, there are those who are doing everything with Joy-Con, transforming them into objects that are very different from what they originally were.
Like the youtuber Akaki Kuumeri, who has repeatedly modified many controllers of various consoles, and this time focused on the Switch pads.
The popular modder continued his series in which he creates personalized accessories devoted to accessibility, building Joy-Con that are controlled with one hand.
Kuumeri has published the step-by-step development process of the one-handed adapter, the final version of which allows players to enjoy Switch using one hand:
As you can see in the video above, the final product is very interesting. You can also buy it on Etsy for around $ 200 , in case you’re interested in trying it out.
Kuumari had already gone to great lengths to create one-handed adapters for the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller and the Xbox Series X | S controller, and found the adaptation of the Joy-Con the easiest to do. as the controller pair can be changed to serve different purposes.
It’s great that someone goes so hard not only to show off their technical skills, but also to make a contribution to the accessibility of video games .
Something that many are focusing on , more and more, including Sony which has dedicated an entire site to all games with these functions.
As for Joy-Con in general, however, here is a list of alternative controllers to choose from.