8.6) What programs are designed for a true trackball controller?

The following programs have a trackball mode designed for use with the
the Atari CX22 or CX80 Trak-Ball controllers in true trackball mode.

- Catch 88 by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Centipede 5200 by Atari with trak-ball support by Peter Meyer, 2009
  ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Final Legacy by Atari, 1984
  (optionally used in controller port 2 in the game's Sea-to-Air mode)
- Hardwaretester/Peripheral Test 2.0 by Florian Dingler, 2008
- Knight Quest by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Kriss Kross by Simon Trew, 1992
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Missile Command by Rob Zdybel for Atari, 1981.  [CTRL+T] for trackball mode
  -- feature undocumented upon the program's release because Atari had not yet
  introduced a trackball controller. 
- Missile Command+ by Paul Lee, 2005 ([CTRL+T] for trackball mode)
- Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew for New Atari User #42 1990
- Othello by Simon Trew, 1991
  - Supports Multi-Mouse Trakball Driver by Simon Trew
- Slime by Steve Hales for Synapse, 1982 (press [T] for trackball mode)
- Tempest Elite by Peter J. Meyer for Video 61, 2017
- Tile Smashers by Peter J. Meyer for Video 61, 2017
- Toy'Swap by Victor Parada, 2015
- See also AtariMania list of games that use CX22/CX80 trackball mode:
  http://preview.tinyurl.com/knz2zmf
- See also Fandal site search for games that use the CX22/CX80 trackball mode:
  http://a8.fandal.cz/search.php?search=trak-ball&butt_details_x=x
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