The arcade stick has not really changed into a commercial product and it is still seen as enthusiast’s product. Part of the reason for that it is the arcade stick is still intimidating and doesn’t accommodate how people hold it. For left handed gamers if they wanted to press buttons with their left hand and hold the stick with their right, a preferred option among lefties, then they will have to use the cross hand style. Cross hand is feasible for a cabinet since they are big and sturdy but not for a portable arcade stick which are smaller in comparison and is usually stationed the user’s lap. Our solution to this problem is to craft an ambidextrous arcade stick. The idea is that you can flip it around, and it will reassign its buttons and invert its analog axes so you can keep on playing.