Joypad



[joi-pad] /ˈdʒɔɪˌpæd/

noun
1.
a handheld input device used in video games to control the movement of graphic elements on the screen, usually having buttons and a directional control.
noun

a computer games controller which allows the user to change screen images with a button
Word Origin

1990-95

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