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vkidd  [developer] Apr 24, 2015 @ 2:33pm
Controller Support
  • Sony DualShock 4 (Wired & Bluetooth)
  • Sony DualShock 3 (Wired & Bluetooth)
  • Sony DualShock 2 (My-Power CO., LTD Adapter)
  • Sony DualShock 2 (Insten Adapter)
  • Microsoft XBox One Controller
  • Microsoft XBox 360 Controller
  • Logitech F710 (X mode & D mode)
  • Logitech F310 (X mode & D mode)
  • Logitech RumblePad 2 USB
  • GameCube Controller (Mayflash 2-port USB adapter, Mayflash 2-port adapter for WiiU & PC,
  • Mayflash 4-port adapter for WiiU & PC)
  • WiiU Pro Controller (Mayflash Wireless USB adapter)
  • Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R
  • Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.R
  • SteelSeries FREE
  • SteelSeries Stratus XL
  • Thrustmaster Score-A
If your controller is not on the list odds are it will still work. In case it doesn't let us know on this thread.

General Troubleshooting
  • You can connect / disconnect controllers during the game.
  • Open in-game console ( ' ` ' key or ' ~ ' key ), type "ListControllers", hit Enter. Console message will tell you if the game has detected Controller(s).

Steam Big Picture / Controller Issues
In some cases Steam "Big Picture" mode can cause Xbox One controllers to exhibit strange behavior. To fix this:
  • Go to Big Picture Mode > Settings > Controller Settings
  • Uncheck 'Xbox Configuration Support'.

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
Steam Docs
For wired usage of a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller:
  • Go to Steam > Settings > Controller > General Controller Settings
  • Check 'Switch Pro Configuration Support'.
  • Run Tinertia, open the in-game console ( ' ` ' key or ' ~ ' key )
  • Type 'AssignController Player0 1' and hit enter.

VR Troubleshooting
In some cases, with multiple controllers / devices connected, your controller may not be set as the primary controller. To fix this, simply unplug & reconnect your controller in-game. The game will then assign it to be the primary.
Last edited by vkidd; Jul 2, 2018 @ 2:04pm
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[LINUX]Wolfyrion Jan 6, 2015 @ 2:57am 
Logitech Gamepad F710 Support?
I have two controllers one Logitech F510 which works fine and a Logitech F710 wireless which is not working with Tinertia (only the start button works).

Any chance to make that controller working?
vkidd  [developer] Jan 19, 2015 @ 1:43am 
yeah we can add that, let me look into it.
vkidd  [developer] Jan 19, 2015 @ 1:45am 
actually it might already work, just make sure it's in the X mode
[LINUX]Wolfyrion Jan 19, 2015 @ 4:38am 
nope, F710 is not working
vkidd  [developer] Jan 19, 2015 @ 11:54am 
Originally posted by LINUX Wolfyrion:
nope, F710 is not working

Are you running on Linux? We have tested the 710 on Win & Mac but need to test it on Linux.
[LINUX]Wolfyrion Jan 19, 2015 @ 12:06pm 
Originally posted by vkidd:
Originally posted by LINUX Wolfyrion:
nope, F710 is not working

Are you running on Linux? We have tested the 710 on Win & Mac but need to test it on Linux.

Yeap I am running Tinertia on Linux - The Ultimate Gaming Machines! :bpenguin:

Happy to test it...
vkidd  [developer] Jan 19, 2015 @ 2:09pm 
Ok let me add 710 support for Linux to our todo. Should be able to get it in the next update.
Pherg Feb 3, 2015 @ 12:45pm 
Hi Wolfyrion,

I just tested our F710, had no problems with Tinertia. I had the controller in X mode. We're running Ubuntu and I have only installed the standard XboxDrv driver. Nothing Logitech specific. I can't remember the exact driver, but here's one that mentions the F710 explicitly.


[LINUX]Wolfyrion Feb 10, 2015 @ 5:48am 
Well I dont want to use XboxDRV ....

Most of the games are working with F710 out of the box since Linux recognizes the F710 gamepad.
Games like braid , super meat boy , hands of fate etc they are working fine without any addional driver installation.

Tinertia is wroking fine with the F510 Logitech Controller but not with the F710 so atm I am using the F510 Controller.
Krousty Mar 21, 2015 @ 4:59am 
[Request] Support for DS4 on linux
I purchased Tinertia but I can't play it because my ds4 controller is not supported on the linux build version :(

I tried with the dualsshock4 wirelessly and usb plugged with and without xboxdrv and the game is not playable.

Without xboxdrv, buttons mapping seem broken :
"X" (cross button) is mapped against "B" button from a x360 controller.
Square button is mapped against "A" and the other buttons seem to not work except the left axis.

With xboxdrv :
I can hit the cross button to skip the title screen but I'm blocked to the save selection screen, there any inputs are not working and can't launch the game.

Ideally could it be possible to fix ds4 support on linux without the need of xboxdrv ?
It would be perfect if Tinertia would support ds4 wirelessly and natively.

I'm on FC 21 (kernel 3.18).

Thank you and keep up the goo work, can't wait to try Tinertia :)
Last edited by Krousty; Mar 21, 2015 @ 4:59am
vkidd  [developer] Mar 22, 2015 @ 1:29pm 
I'll look in to Linux DS4 support. Thanks for the details, super helpful!
Krousty Mar 22, 2015 @ 1:54pm 
Great, thank you ! :)

FYI, I was able to also test Tinertia with a wired xbox 360 controller and it behaves exactly as the second case behind: DS4 (wireless) + xboxdrv.
Can't go further that saving selection screen.

Jim Tarnung May 8, 2015 @ 2:30pm 
My Logitech Dual Action Gamepad behaves really strangely in this game.
With my right stick I can shoot rockets to the right by flicking upward and to the left by flicking downward. I shoot rockets down by pressing right on my dpad. I can not shoot rockets in any non-cardinal directions.

>> Controller(s) 1/4 :: ( Index: 0, Type: Unknown, Name: "Logitech Dual Action" )
On Win7 64

Controlling the game by Keyboard and Mouse work, but I would prefer to play with the gamepad if I can get it to work...
Last edited by Jim Tarnung; May 8, 2015 @ 2:49pm
vkidd  [developer] May 8, 2015 @ 11:46pm 
Originally posted by Jim Tarnung:
My Logitech Dual Action Gamepad behaves really strangely in this game.
>> Controller(s) 1/4 :: ( Index: 0, Type: Unknown, Name: "Logitech Dual Action" )
On Win7 64

Hey Jim, does the Dual Action have an Input mode toggle? I ask because the F310 can be toggled between X ( XInput ) & D ( Direct Input ) modes & we map for X. F310 Mode [support.logitech.com]

I found this link [support.logitech.com] regarding switching the DPad and stick on the Dual Action but i'm uncertain that will fix the problem.

We'll pickup a Dual Action to test it out. It should just work out of the box.
Last edited by vkidd; May 8, 2015 @ 11:49pm
Jim Tarnung May 9, 2015 @ 2:32am 
I heard newer models have that x/d switch. The one I have has the mode toggle you discribed. It switches dpad and stick, but that does not solve my problem. It's direct input only.
I will try out the x360ce xinput emulator. It's a rather messy solution, but I'll let you know wether it works.
EDIT: x360ce seems to do nothing at all. I can't get it to interact with Tinertia.
Last edited by Jim Tarnung; May 9, 2015 @ 2:49am
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