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JSoup 11 déc 2012 à 5h34
Game pad support?
I'm under the impression that this game supports game pads, but I can't find the selection to register one. The control mod menu doesn't register pad movements and I can't find anything that says "turn this thing on". Where should I be looking?
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NBlast 11 déc 2012 à 8h42 
I had no problem with gamepads, but as you see, there is no clue how to turn to gamepad on or off. Try the x360ce or XPadder program. I will workaround Directinput gamepads to work with XInput drivers. My both gamepads with Xinput work fine. You can try it.
pyro_guy7 15 déc 2012 à 9h16 
In the Aquaria game folder, there is a AQConfig.exe. Run that, and there is an option to enable the gamepad.
JSoup 15 déc 2012 à 10h47 
Thanks, pyro_guy7, that did the trick.
Sharp 13 fév 2013 à 11h58 
JSoup a écrit :
Thanks, pyro_guy7, that did the trick.
Or you can go to the options
JSoup 13 fév 2013 à 12h14 
PurpleOwnz a écrit :
JSoup a écrit :
Thanks, pyro_guy7, that did the trick.
Or you can go to the options

I didn't see a selection for the controls in the options menu, which is what led me to make this topic. But if it's right in front of me, all for the better when I actually get around to booting up the game again.
Lusca 16 mai 2013 à 16h56 
90% sure the in-game options won't enable gamepad, but I'm glad to know it works through AQConfig. Thanks pyro_guy7!
E L L I O T 26 mai 2013 à 11h52 
All of the tutorials still have mouse and keyboard stuff.

Oh well, gotta figure it out.
Dernière modification de E L L I O T; 26 mai 2013 à 11h53
Constantine XII 18 juin 2013 à 16h03 
Thank you! I hate playing with m/k.
StealthMomo 30 juin 2013 à 7h45 
Just a reminder that you will have a really hard time composing a song using a controller.

Controller = Swimming is great with a controller.
Composing a Song/Changing form = Keyboard is easier, if I remember correctly you have 8 notes.

This game is played with K&M.
Dernière modification de StealthMomo; 30 juin 2013 à 7h47
AKO 30 juin 2013 à 10h08 
StealthMomo a écrit :
Just a reminder that you will have a really hard time composing a song using a controller.

Controller = Swimming is great with a controller.
Composing a Song/Changing form = Keyboard is easier, if I remember correctly you have 8 notes.

This game is played with K&M.

"This game is played with K&M"
A bit subjective, right? Like, if this game really is not that good with controllers i'll end up not buying it :/
JSoup 30 juin 2013 à 13h54 
I dare say a higher percentage of people own this game not on it's own merits, but rather due to indie bundles. It's been included in at least three by this point.
Blaank 21 nov 2014 à 17h32 
It seems like it was made for a controller. I was just looking how to turn it on. Thank you.
ilvipa 22 nov 2014 à 8h14 
My xbox controller doesn't work! :-\ i have x360 wireless, set enable gamepad in config.. but doesn't work! Some suggestion?
Try compatibility mode too...

FIX IT : if you have another joystick, like hotas, you have to set favorite your x360 controller in control panel :-) Now work!
Dernière modification de ilvipa; 22 nov 2014 à 11h43
Psychometric 2 mar à 13h52 
I first tried this game with my Xbox 360 pad (I can't remember having any difficulty getting it to work). It's quite clumsy to control with a gamepad though. I initially was under the impression that the game seemed like it was made for a controller, however after switching to mouse control, it feels far better (and as far as I can tell, you don't even need to use the keyboard at any point)
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