No Commodore 64 collection would be complete without a Joystick or two.
Joysticks for the Commodore 64 allowed dynamic game play - no pressing keys to control your character - instead a simple movement of the stick or a press on a fire button would command your movements.
Whilst today we take joysticks for granted, back in the days of the Commodore 64, a decent joystick could often be the difference between winning and loosing a game. Commodore supplied their own version of a Joystick, but these were cheaply made and would often break.
We recommend a decent, third party joystick for the C64 - one with at least two buttons, and a microswitch design (these one's have an audible click in each direction). Another feature worth having is Autofire - these will save you from pressing fire continuously and do the job for you.
Check out the range of Commodore 64 below.