Those that have picked up Super Smash Bros. for Wii U may still have some trouble getting those massive eight-player Smash battles going, due to the lack of GameCube Controller Adapter availability. As of now, GameStop and Best Buy's website still show Nintendo's peripheral as sold out. Fortunately, a third-party solution appears to be on the horizon.
Polygon is pointing to third-party manufacturer Mayflash's Gamecube Controller Adapter that's set to release in a couple of days. What makes the Mayflash adapter interesting is that it is also compatible with PC and Mac, making it an ideal solution for users running emulators or those looking for a different way to play their Steam catalog.
Online retailer Play-Asia has the device available now for $19.99, with shipments set to arrive between 5 and 10 business days.