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You're looking at the wrong page. :) The C64-Wiki page on Input Devices lists mice (digital joystick-like mice, and analogue free movement mice), touchpads, graphics tablets such as the Koala Pad with Koala Painter, light pens and light guns as typical C64 pointing devices.


Before GEOS and the 1351 mouse became popular for the C64/C128, the most notable (non-joystick) pointing device was the famous Koala Pad. There were a few programs for the C64 before GEOS that provided fairly complete GUI style interfaces. The Print Shop and Doodle come to mind, as well as the very early (1982) Pinball Construction Set. Because there was no ...

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