Legend of Dungeon

Legend of Dungeon

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Saymens Dec 23, 2013 @ 11:23am
Controller setup?
Is it really true that i have to bind all the keys myself ? yeah im lazy and i like the controls are pre-fixed for me and i dont know what to expect from the game so i dont wanna sit around and have to think of every keybind to make.

The game looks good but im not gonna play this before that gets fixed and im not the only one with that problem as i hear others have the same.

- SaYMeNs
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Ibitato Dec 23, 2013 @ 11:26am 
dunno i just game with my xbox contorller and did nothing beforehand
Saymens Dec 23, 2013 @ 11:27am 
Well same do i but no controls work
Cap'n Robot  [developer] Dec 23, 2013 @ 11:52am 
Don't know what to tell you man, there are preset keys, but it's best if you set them yourself.
Arrow keys for movement, z-x jump attack, a-s switch items, d drop. I think I set q-w to the hotkeys, but its been a while since I used the defaults.
The more I look at all the minor niggling problems, the more I wonder where that "650% funded" went.

You guys got 6 and a half times your budget.
Did you just not USE it?
And despite being a legitimate word the wordfilter stops nig-gling. As in "minor and annoying".
Ahaha, nice one Steam.
Cap'n Robot  [developer] Dec 23, 2013 @ 3:55pm 
Cheesetoise, the vast majority of users (over 100,000) have no issues what-so-ever. That 650% went to paying our cost of living while we worked on the game full time, in which we have added to the game extensively, and are continuing to do so. Honestly, the game is comparatively bug free.

Our original budget was $5k to pay for the pro version of unity, and buy a new PC because the old one was blue screening while I wrote code. At the time we were living in a tree house in the forest, the rest of the money went toward rent, electricity and food in our new apartment.

I work on the game almost every waking moment. When I'm not writing code or fixing something, I'm thinking about it.

And as a final note, code and bugs are not something you can just throw money at and fix. It takes time, intelligence, and hard work.

This isn't some AAA company, it's just my wife and I.
Somehow I feel the community would be significntly better if these individuals left.
Blumimic Dec 23, 2013 @ 6:11pm 
Setting your own controls is the best way! I hate that some games just expect me to use an xbox controller and if I don't I'm SOL. (using Dualshock 4)
A Local Area Man Dec 23, 2013 @ 6:13pm 
How did you get your DS4 to detect? Mine doesn't seem to register. It works with big picture but not in game.
Cap'n Robot  [developer] Dec 23, 2013 @ 6:15pm 
I've heard of other people having trouble with DS4's too. I was going to buy one to see what was up with them. If you've got it working, I would also like to know how :robotloveskitty:
A Local Area Man Dec 23, 2013 @ 8:19pm 
I found a solution. http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-DS4-To-XInput-Wrapper
This worked like a charm for me after getting it all setup.
vietNOM Dec 23, 2013 @ 10:49pm 
Wow! i was fine using just the keyboard to control but with that link i set up my DS4 and just started and WOO very cool!! thanks for the link!
AzaneAzer Dec 24, 2013 @ 7:12am 
ya, having a controller to keyboard emulator like joy2key or motionjoy or xpadder seems like a requirement on steam overall.
cc\\dox Dec 24, 2013 @ 8:41pm 
Well, I'm one of the unlucky ones -- trying to set controller options just flips through them all very rapidly and doesn't let me do anything. Is there perhaps a way that the games controller set up can be read/stored in some relatively easy-to-change text file so that the few of us that have this problem can at least configure controls by opening it up in Notepad and changing some values or something?
Cambrian Dec 25, 2013 @ 3:18am 
Developers, Please, look at a theme -
Hotkeys and Game Modes! Version Tormenter is out!

There are some real problems with Custom Keys.
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