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{{sub-stub}}The '''TPC-2''' or (TPC standing for "Turbo Pad Control") is an unofficial third-party controller for the [[Sega Mega Drive]], created by [[Dynacom]]. It is a three-button controller, with the regular {{A}}, {{B}} and {{C}} buttons (yellow colored), plus the same three buttons with turbo features (red colored). It also has a "slow" button and comes with an attachable thumbstick bundled.
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{{sub-stub}}The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' (TPC standing for "Turbo Pad Control") is an unofficial third-party controller for the [[Sega Mega Drive]], created by [[Dynacom]]. It is a three-button controller, with the regular {{A}}, {{B}} and {{C}} buttons (yellow colored), plus the same three buttons with turbo features (red colored). It also has a "slow" button and comes with an attachable thumbstick bundled.
  
The TPC-2 is the second in a "series" of control pads by Dynacom, each being designed with a different console in mind (the TPC-1 was built for the Dynavision (an Atari 2600 clone), the TPC-3 for the Phantom System and other similar NES clones, the [[TPC-4]] for the [[Sega Master System]], the TPC-5 for the Super Nintendo and the TPC-6 for the real NES (or at least consoles with a NES plug). A seventh variation was released named [[Superfighter]], also for the Mega Drive.
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The TPC-2 is the second in a "series" of control pads by Dynacom, each being designed with a different console in mind (the TPC-1 was built for the Dynavision (an Atari 2600 clone), the TPC-3 for the Phantom System and other similar NES clones, the [[TPC-4]] for the [[Sega Master System]], the TPC-5 for the Super NES and the TPC-6 for the real NES (or at least consoles with a NES plug). A seventh variation was released named [[TPC Superfighter]], also for the Mega Drive.
  
The [[Dynacom Megavision]] came bundled with cheaper TPC-2s, which have all the same features just without the labeling.
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==Photo gallery==
 
 
==Gallery==
 
 
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File:TCP2 MD Pad wStick.jpg|With stick
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TCP2 MD Pad wStick.jpg|With the thumbstick attached
File:TCP2 MD Pad Back.jpg|Back of the unit
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TCP2 MD Pad Back.jpg|Back of the unit
File:SuperfighterTCP2 MD Pad Front.jpg|Superfighter version
 
 
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Revision as of 12:02, 21 April 2017

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Fast facts on the TPC-2
Manufacturer: Dynacom
Made for: Sega Mega Drive
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
BR
199x R$?  ?



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The TPC-2 (TPC standing for "Turbo Pad Control") is an unofficial third-party controller for the Sega Mega Drive, created by Dynacom. It is a three-button controller, with the regular A, B and C buttons (yellow colored), plus the same three buttons with turbo features (red colored). It also has a "slow" button and comes with an attachable thumbstick bundled.

The TPC-2 is the second in a "series" of control pads by Dynacom, each being designed with a different console in mind (the TPC-1 was built for the Dynavision (an Atari 2600 clone), the TPC-3 for the Phantom System and other similar NES clones, the TPC-4 for the Sega Master System, the TPC-5 for the Super NES and the TPC-6 for the real NES (or at least consoles with a NES plug). A seventh variation was released named TPC Superfighter, also for the Mega Drive.

Photo gallery

Promotional material

AcaoGames BR 049.pdf

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Ação Games (BR) #49: "Dezembro 1993" (1993-12-16)

SuperGamePower BR 002.pdf

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SuperGamePower (BR) #2: "Maio 1994" (1994-xx-xx)

Physical scans

Mega Drive, BR
TPC2 MD BR Box Back.jpgNospine-small.pngTPC2 MD BR Box Front.jpg
Cover
Third-Party control pads for the Sega Mega Drive

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