Imperium Solo USB – Amiga CD32

A new firmware for the Imperium Solo USB now adds support for the AGA Amiga console, CD32.
All original controller buttons are supported (granted your USB controller has enough) – See the CD32 mappings in the Imperium Solo Database .

The CD32 was a little tricky, like the SEGA MD/Genesis as it has more buttons than wires. So it switches between regular joystick mode and an “Assert , CLK, serial stream”-scheme to give information about the extended buttons.

Here is what it looks like on the scope:
CD32 serial CLK

Lastly a short video showing it in use:

Notice that I made a seperate site for Imperium Solo, here:

Where you can see the database of tested Game controllers and mice, along with their button mapping.

4 thoughts on “Imperium Solo USB – Amiga CD32”

  1. Hi there, this is amazing, how much are they? And does the cd32 version also support amstrad and sega?

    1. The CD32, AMIGA, ATARI, C64 & SEGA version is all same hardware, with the coming PCB you can configure it via 3 jumpers and then flash it with the firmware you need.
      The Amstrad version is a little different.

      Price is 15 euro + 4 euro shipping + 1 euro pp fee.

      1. When will this version be available, and where do I purchase from? Will you ship to Canada?

        1. It will take some weeks after order confirmation before I can have one ready (they are built on demand).

          Email sent.

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