you have to use cerain software that can edit your controllers layout and then llocate the buttons as follows
D= right button
W= up button
S= down button
then you need to allocate the right analog or the left analog
so you can adjust your aim by moving the analog
and keep allocating the buttons as said
It is actually really easy! Just download an application called JoyToKey. Then, you simply remap the buttons on the joystick/gamepad. I did this with an old PS1 controller I modified to use on the parallel port.
Now I want to ask a question:
I used a bluetooth adapter and was able to communicate with my Wiimote and Nunchuk controllers. Thus, over BT, I incorporated in GlovePIE, a free scripting software. Basically, I used an IR sensor as well, which I also built. Thus, using GlovePIE, I ran a script which converts the wiimote into a mouse, and uses the nunchuk for WASD movement. Now this was an FPS script, designed solely for FPSs. However, if I run it, I can use the wiimote as my mouse, but in CA or any FPS game, it doesn't work at all. I dont get errors, but my mouse doesnt move. The cursor doesnt move at all, and I can't play the game.
Anybody got any ideas?
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Last edited by slyfox299; 08-08-2009 at 09:32 PM.
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