Mainstream console games which required special attachments include Duck Hunt (requires light gun), Mario Paint (requires SNES Mouse), ... come to think of it, those are the only examples I can think of ottomh.
Don't have a mouse? Haven't learned how to use a mouse? Buy tiny netbooks because you don't expect to ever need a mouse? I suppose you can do what I did and start duck Hunt just to watch the ducks fly away repeatedly. At least Swamp is playable without a mouse, if far less elegantly.
having said that... does jaws still do the thing where you can move the mouse with keyboard commands? I couldn't find that when i last checked last year. But in older versions of jaws, you could move the mouse (I think with alt+shift+arrows), and adjust the increment via the insert+space options. I don't know how that interacts with Swamp (but considering that I used it in VB programs before, I'dn't be surprised if it did _something_), and I remember trying it with Java 6 but I don't recall the results.
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