It is estimated that between 5000
10000 of this variation were
Product designed by Power to the 10th Inc. for the NES.
It is a small chair with a modified Quickjoy-branded joystick attached to the armrest. The motion control is believed to rely on a tilt switch, which is a small cylinder containing "either a metal ball or liquid mercury" inside it. When moved it makes contact with metal electrodes to send a signal to the game.
The product was released in 1990 and was limited to the mid-west region in the United States.