[/b] Xpadder - a program to simulate keystrokes and mouse movements using the gamepad. Thus, Xpadder can use the joystick, even in those games, where its use is not provided. In addition, the joystick can be played in DOS-and online games, and manage players, web browsers and other programs.
Xpadder allows you to assign mouse and keyboard keys to any gamepad buttons. Why do you want? Well, imagine if the game does not support gamepads or supports it is not very good (some Devil May Cry 3 and Resident Evil 4 - living examples of this, and so forth). Old games in general, so ignore the polls these devices (drive in Carmageddon on gamepad - a pleasure). Or, say, manage media player through a wireless gamepad, lying on the couch, also very convenient.
Supports more than 120 Joystick issued within the last 3-5 years.
- Supports Windows XP, Vista and the new Windows 7
- Works on both the 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows
- Full keyboard and mouse emulation
- Supports up to 16 controllers at the same time (multiplayer)
- Rumble force feedback and advanced fine-tuning options
- Create a layout for any controller that Windows can see
- Multiple profile management using sharable files
- Designed for gamepads, joysticks and arcade sticks
- Also works with steering wheels, dance mats, drum kits, guitars...
What new functions does Xpadder let you do with your controller?
- Play PC games with poor or no gamepad support
- Add gamepad support to emulated, internet browser and DOS games
- Play multiplayer games with each player using a gamepad
- Control video/music players using their shortcut keys
- Use your gamepad with any Windows program
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