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Trying to 'rotate' an analog stick... ideas?
#1
Hey all!

Just thought I'd see if anyone had an idea for this. I'm playing Suikoden 4, and for one of the mini games you have to rotate the left analog stick quickly (the top mini game, specifically). I don't have a controller to do this with, and trying to use the buttons on a keyboard 'works' but it's so slow that I can't keep up with the mini game and lose.

Any suggestions on how to best simulate an analog stick without a controller?
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(09-12-2014, 06:54 AM)bookwormbabe29 Wrote: Hey all!

Just thought I'd see if anyone had an idea for this. I'm playing Suikoden 4, and for one of the mini games you have to rotate the left analog stick quickly (the top mini game, specifically). I don't have a controller to do this with, and trying to use the buttons on a keyboard 'works' but it's so slow that I can't keep up with the mini game and lose.

Any suggestions on how to best simulate an analog stick without a controller?
you could try binding mouse gestures in lilypad
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Or you can use slowmotion (Shift + Tab). The speed of slowmo can be set in the emulation settings. (Standard = 50% of base framerate)
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