Update 1/9/2019 - I just got the Atari one test printed and realized there's a bit of a bug..the middle of the letter A in Atari is not supported and will drop off with the raft. I'll work on a fix but it may be a few days. in the meantime I think it looks fine, but it's something to be aware of.
This is a retro wall mount to hold joysticks such as those used with the Commodore 64 or an Atari 2600. It has an affordance in the back for neatly storing the cable by wrapping it around the holder. This was inspired by the Video Game Controller Holders shown at: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1886256. I have uploaded an Atari logo'd one, a Commodore 64 logo'd one, and a plain one so you could choose a logo or not..though it does help reduce the amount of filament required and looks cool when they're empty :)
This is my first thingiverse upload. I'm documenting the design of how I built this onto my youtube channel at Geektoolkit...with that and a tool like tinkercad it should be trivial to modify this to fit your needs!
Doesn't Matter PLA
This was fairly straightforward to print. I tried at .35mm with a raft and couldn't remove the raft, but I believe that was due to my printer not being perfectly leveled. At .2mm the raft removed cleanly. I believe this takes about 40 - 50g of filament.