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PlayStation Mouse
The PlayStation Mouse, mouse mat and packaging.
The PlayStation Mouse, mouse mat and packaging.
ManufacturerSony Computer Entertainment
TypeVideo game controller
GenerationFifth generation era
ConnectivityController ports

The PlayStation Mouse (US/UK: SCPH-1090, JP: SCPH-1030) is an input device for the PlayStation that allows the player to use a mouse as a method of control in compatible games. The mouse was released in Japan on December 3, 1994, the launch date of the PlayStation.[1]

The mouse itself is a simple two-button ball mouse that plugs directly into the PlayStation controller port without adapters or conversions and is a fully supported Sony accessory. It was packaged along with a mouse mat bearing the PlayStation logo.

The mouse is mainly of use to point and click adventures and other mouse-driven games to control the cursor. In later years, first-person shooters also make use of the peripheral to aim the player's view in the same manner as similar games on the PC. It is also used by the arcade lightgun shooting game Area 51 as an aiming device instead of a light gun compatibility.[citation needed]

List of games compatible with the PlayStation Mouse


  1. ^ This functionality was only present in the Japanese release, titled "Prism Land Story". It was released in PAL territories as "Prism Land" and in North America as "Sorcerer's Maze" without Playstation Mouse compatibility.


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