Akaki Kuumeri, the same person behind this one-handed PS5 DualSense controller, is back at it again, but this time, it’s a one-handed Nintendo Switch controller. This was accomplished using a special Joy-Con adapter that still lets you remove the individual controllers, while still being able to reposition them as needed. Whether it be The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, this custom controller is up for the task.
Features include a larger handle with better grip and reversing the left Joy-Con to an upside down position. This lets users easily move the right analog stick and press buttons while moving the left stick against a hard surface. Since the Nintendo Switch does not come with any accessibility functions built-in, adapters like this one by Kuumeri, could be game changers for some people.
- Vivid 7” OLED screen
- Local co-op, online, and local wireless multiplayer
- 64 GB internal storage (a portion of which is reserved for use by the system)
To move the other thumbstick, you rest the device on the table or your lap, and move it around. Mechanical linkages connect the buttons to extensions near your fingers. The face buttons (D-pad / ABXY) are accessible to your thumb on the front face of the adapter, as well to your middle and ring fingers behind the controller,” said its creator.