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Controller Support?
Anyone know what's up with the controller support in this game. I've previously played through the game on my old computer and never had any issues, but on my new computer running windows 10 64-bit I can't seem to get my controller to work at all. It's the same conroller (logitech F310), and I can't imagine why it would no longer work.
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Did you have a different operating system on your old computer?

Perhaps your gamepad's driver isn't agreeing with your new OS. upgrade to an older version of Windows[/badjoke] See if your gamepad has a newer driver?
Last edited by Mischievous Protagonist Quint; Sep 8 @ 6:49pm
All my drivers are fine, old computer ran Windows 7 64-bit. The controller works fine in every other game I've ever tested it in.
Yeah, I would like to help but I have neither the technical expertise nor the controller itself, unfortunately. (I played this using kb+m.)
Originally posted by xGhostBoyx:
Anyone know what's up with the controller support in this game. I've previously played through the game on my old computer and never had any issues, but on my new computer running windows 10 64-bit I can't seem to get my controller to work at all. It's the same conroller (logitech F310), and I can't imagine why it would no longer work.

https://www.howtogeek.com/234427/how-to-remap-buttons-on-your-steam-controller/

It works with every controller even the generic ones like logitech f310.
Last edited by Boreout [Aut]; Sep 9 @ 3:58am
That's nice and all but I'd much rather used the bilt in support if possible, also now my mouse support seems messed up to, when I try to play the game my mouse locks in the center of the screen randomly and I can't move it, but in the menu it works fine. Something wacky is going on here
Try a reinstall? Back up your saves first of course.
tested, mouse works fine now, but gamepad doesn't
Originally posted by xGhostBoyx:
tested, mouse works fine now, but gamepad doesn't

http://support.logitech.com/en_in/article/21696?product=a0qi00000069ueWAAQ

Try switching to XInput.(or Dinput).
Xinput the the newer standard and more games are compatible with it.
If neither works i still recommend to use the Steam big Picture mode.
Last edited by Boreout [Aut]; Sep 10 @ 2:10am
Originally posted by xGhostBoyx:
tested, mouse works fine now, but gamepad doesn't

1)Ok, i have found the setting which enables native controllersupport.

In your harddrive :\steamf\steamapps\common\Aquaria
is a file called AQConfig.exe, start it and check "gamepad enable "

But the functionality is rather lackluster.

XBOX360 (Xinputdevice):
It doesn't recognise the DPAD or analog Triggers, and the right thumbstick doesn't work as a mouse.

Logitech Rumblepad 2(Dinput device):
No DPAD , Right thumbstick doesn't work, Rumblepad has no triggers but 4 bumpers which you can use.

It kind of works if you want the bare minumum.

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2) But i still recommend using Big Picture Mode and set up a generic controllerconfig with keyboard and mouse layout.


Gamelibrary->Aquaria->Controllerconfiguration ->templates-> keyboard (WASD) and mouse.
The rest is just setting up the buttons and the right joystick however you prefer.
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You can still use the KB and mouse in addition to your gamepad for both methods.
Last edited by Boreout [Aut]; Sep 11 @ 3:16pm
I already knew all that information but I appreciate the message anyway, I'll mess with xinput or big picture mode I guess since the native support refuses to work.
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