Retro Uprising
Help Non-Retro Uprising Questions. Programming help, tech support, self help, advice, the meaning of life - it goes here.
Donation Goal
Goal amount: 5000 USD, Received: 489 USD (10%)
Donate Now
When we reach the current donation goal all software on Retro Uprising will be replaced with a new superior method for playing games online that will support all browsers, play many more games and consoles and fix errors in existing games. This will be a massive site upgrade. The largest in our history. Please help us reach our goal as soon as possible.

Retro Uprising relies on donations from users like you! List of Donors

Register to enable more features such as high score recording.


Go Back   Retro Uprising > Support > Help

Reply
 
Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Old 07-10-2011, 01:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

+1 (+1/-0)     
How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

I love to use my Fighting Stick Wii for Retro Uprising games and just emulation in general, so I'm going to make it easy for you to use yours as well. It's the ultimate way to play your games the way you used to do it.

But first! You will need these applications.

PPJoy: It allows you do create virtual joysticks. You will need to install it in order to be able to emulate joypad commands. When you install it, do NOT stop the installation even if Windows tells you to.

GlovePIE: This is the programmable application that actually allows the commands from your Wiimote, Fighting Stick Wii, Classic Controller/Pro, etc. But don't worry about programming it, I've already done that for you.

Links to download these programs:

PPJoy (Find a link that says PPJoy Installer and extract from the ZIP file)
Square Phoenix - Ppjoy Setup

GlovePIE (Whew, we've avoided politics!)
GlovePIE - Programmable Input Emulator

YOU MUST HAVE YOUR COMPUTER BLUETOOTH ENABLED.
If you need to do so, get a Bluetooth adapter from Walmart's website. for around ten to fourteen dollars..

OK, so now that we've gone through all that computer-jargon, we've got to actually set it up. Here's the steps to doing so. And I'm assuming you know how to use an installer.
  1. Install PPJoy, and when a window pops up telling you that the program may interfere with the integrity of the computer, DO NOT STOP THE INSTALLATION, you don't want to take a chance of compromising your computer. Trust me!
  2. Unzip GlovePIE into a Your Documents, and make sure it's in a separate folder, let's use "GlovePIE" as an example.
  3. Launch PPJoy and install six virtual joysticks. As I said before, don't ever stop the installation of the hardware PPJoy creates.
  4. Launch GlovePIE.
  5. Retrieve the code of your choice from the code below (or save all of them!) by copying and pasting the code in its entirety. Just to play it save, I'm going to use a spoiler tag to keep it incident-free.
  6. Once you have your GlovePIE script pasted into the window (or the code loaded up) click Run and press 1 and 2 on your Wii Remote. Your computer will tell your it's installed a "Bluetooth Peripheral Device" and then a 'Bluetooth HID Device," and then your Wii Remote's LEDs will turn off. Quickly smash 1 and 2 again! Your Wii Remote should then be connected and ready to be used on any game on your PC, as long as it's an emulator or a Retro Uprising game.
-CODE-

So, here's the code you've been looking for. You probably should save these code sets and name them after what I call them.

Solo or Paired
( Click to show/hide )
//Wiimote, Nunchuk Classic Controller Script with only 6 PPJoy Joysticks
//Scripted from scratch by supernintendosp
//Be mindful that the only "stick" that works is on the Nunchuk and acts like a pad or buttons.



//Player 1's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 1

PPJoy1.Digital0 = Wiimote1.Classic.a or Wiimote1.Two
PPJoy1.Digital1 = Wiimote1.Classic.b or Wiimote1.One
PPJoy1.Digital2 = Wiimote1.Classic.x or Wiimote1.A
PPJoy1.Digital3 = Wiimote1.Classic.y or Wiimote1.B
PPJoy1.Digital4 = Wiimote1.Classic.Minus or Wiimote1.Minus
PPJoy1.Digital5 = Wiimote1.Classic.Plus or Wiimote1.Plus
PPJoy1.Digital6 = Wiimote1.Classic.L
PPJoy1.Digital7 = Wiimote1.Classic.R
PPJoy1.Digital8 = Wiimote1.Classic.ZL
PPJoy1.Digital9 = Wiimote1.Classic.ZR
PPJoy1.Digital10 = Wiimote1.Classic.Home or Wiimote1.Home
PPJoy1.Digital11 = Wiimote1.Classic.Up or Wiimote1.Right
PPJoy1.Digital12 = Wiimote1.Classic.Down or Wiimote1.Left
PPJoy1.Digital13 = Wiimote1.Classic.Left or Wiimote1.Up
PPJoy1.Digital14 = Wiimote1.Classic.Right or Wiimote1.Down

//Player 1's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 5 Digital 0-5

PPJoy5.Digital0 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy5.Digital1 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy5.Digital2 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy5.Digital3 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy5.Digital4 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy5.Digital5 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 1 LED and the rest off

Wiimote1.led1 = true
Wiimote1.led2 = true
Wiimote1.led3 = false
Wiimote1.led4 = false

//Player 2's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 2

PPJoy2.Digital0 = Wiimote2.Classic.a or Wiimote2.Two
PPJoy2.Digital1 = Wiimote2.Classic.b or Wiimote2.One
PPJoy2.Digital2 = Wiimote2.Classic.x or Wiimote2.A
PPJoy2.Digital3 = Wiimote2.Classic.y or Wiimote2.B
PPJoy2.Digital4 = Wiimote2.Classic.Minus or Wiimote2.Minus
PPJoy2.Digital5 = Wiimote2.Classic.Plus or Wiimote2.Plus
PPJoy2.Digital6 = Wiimote2.Classic.L
PPJoy2.Digital7 = Wiimote2.Classic.R
PPJoy2.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Classic.ZL
PPJoy2.Digital9 = Wiimote2.Classic.ZR
PPJoy2.Digital10 = Wiimote2.Classic.Home or Wiimote2.Home
PPJoy2.Digital11 = Wiimote2.Classic.Up or Wiimote2.Right
PPJoy2.Digital12 = Wiimote2.Classic.Down or Wiimote2.Left
PPJoy2.Digital13 = Wiimote2.Classic.Left or Wiimote2.Up
PPJoy2.Digital14 = Wiimote2.Classic.Right or Wiimote2.Down

//Player 2's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 5 Digital 6-10

PPJoy5.Digital6 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy5.Digital7 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy5.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy5.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy5.Digital9 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy5.Digital10 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 2 LED and the rest off

Wiimote2.led1 = false
Wiimote2.led2 = false
Wiimote2.led3 = true
Wiimote2.led4 = true


4 Player Compact
( Click to show/hide )
//Wiimote, Nunchuk Classic Controller Script with only 6 PPJoy Joysticks
//Scripted from scratch by supernintendosp
//Be mindful that the only "stick" that works is on the Nunchuk and acts like a pad or buttons.



//Player 1's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 1

PPJoy1.Digital0 = Wiimote1.Classic.a or Wiimote1.Two
PPJoy1.Digital1 = Wiimote1.Classic.b or Wiimote1.One
PPJoy1.Digital2 = Wiimote1.Classic.x or Wiimote1.A
PPJoy1.Digital3 = Wiimote1.Classic.y or Wiimote1.B
PPJoy1.Digital4 = Wiimote1.Classic.Minus or Wiimote1.Minus
PPJoy1.Digital5 = Wiimote1.Classic.Plus or Wiimote1.Plus
PPJoy1.Digital6 = Wiimote1.Classic.L
PPJoy1.Digital7 = Wiimote1.Classic.R
PPJoy1.Digital8 = Wiimote1.Classic.ZL
PPJoy1.Digital9 = Wiimote1.Classic.ZR
PPJoy1.Digital10 = Wiimote1.Classic.Home or Wiimote1.Home
PPJoy1.Digital11 = Wiimote1.Classic.Up or Wiimote1.Right
PPJoy1.Digital12 = Wiimote1.Classic.Down or Wiimote1.Left
PPJoy1.Digital13 = Wiimote1.Classic.Left or Wiimote1.Up
PPJoy1.Digital14 = Wiimote1.Classic.Right or Wiimote1.Down

//Player 1's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 5 Digital 0-5

PPJoy5.Digital0 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy5.Digital1 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy5.Digital2 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy5.Digital3 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy5.Digital4 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy5.Digital5 = Wiimote1.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 1 LED and the rest off

Wiimote1.led1 = true
Wiimote1.led2 = true
Wiimote1.led3 = false
Wiimote1.led4 = false

//Player 2's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 2

PPJoy2.Digital0 = Wiimote2.Classic.a or Wiimote2.Two
PPJoy2.Digital1 = Wiimote2.Classic.b or Wiimote2.One
PPJoy2.Digital2 = Wiimote2.Classic.x or Wiimote2.A
PPJoy2.Digital3 = Wiimote2.Classic.y or Wiimote2.B
PPJoy2.Digital4 = Wiimote2.Classic.Minus or Wiimote2.Minus
PPJoy2.Digital5 = Wiimote2.Classic.Plus or Wiimote2.Plus
PPJoy2.Digital6 = Wiimote2.Classic.L
PPJoy2.Digital7 = Wiimote2.Classic.R
PPJoy2.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Classic.ZL
PPJoy2.Digital9 = Wiimote2.Classic.ZR
PPJoy2.Digital10 = Wiimote2.Classic.Home or Wiimote2.Home
PPJoy2.Digital11 = Wiimote2.Classic.Up or Wiimote2.Right
PPJoy2.Digital12 = Wiimote2.Classic.Down or Wiimote2.Left
PPJoy2.Digital13 = Wiimote2.Classic.Left or Wiimote2.Up
PPJoy2.Digital14 = Wiimote2.Classic.Right or Wiimote2.Down

//Player 2's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 5 Digital 6-10

PPJoy5.Digital6 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy5.Digital7 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy5.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy5.Digital8 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy5.Digital9 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy5.Digital10 = Wiimote2.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 2 LED and the rest off

Wiimote2.led1 = false
Wiimote2.led2 = false
Wiimote2.led3 = true
Wiimote2.led4 = true

//Player 3's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 3

PPJoy3.Digital0 = Wiimote3.Classic.a or Wiimote3.Two
PPJoy3.Digital1 = Wiimote3.Classic.b or Wiimote3.One
PPJoy3.Digital2 = Wiimote3.Classic.x or Wiimote3.A
PPJoy3.Digital3 = Wiimote3.Classic.y or Wiimote3.B
PPJoy3.Digital4 = Wiimote3.Classic.Minus or Wiimote3.Minus
PPJoy3.Digital5 = Wiimote3.Classic.Plus or Wiimote3.Plus
PPJoy3.Digital6 = Wiimote3.Classic.L
PPJoy3.Digital7 = Wiimote3.Classic.R
PPJoy3.Digital8 = Wiimote3.Classic.ZL
PPJoy3.Digital9 = Wiimote3.Classic.ZR
PPJoy3.Digital10 = Wiimote3.Classic.Home or Wiimote3.Home
PPJoy3.Digital11 = Wiimote3.Classic.Up or Wiimote3.Right
PPJoy3.Digital12 = Wiimote3.Classic.Down or Wiimote3.Left
PPJoy3.Digital13 = Wiimote3.Classic.Left or Wiimote3.Up
PPJoy3.Digital14 = Wiimote3.Classic.Right or Wiimote3.Down

//Player 3's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 5 Digital 0-5

PPJoy6.Digital0 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy6.Digital1 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy6.Digital2 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy6.Digital3 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy6.Digital4 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy6.Digital5 = Wiimote3.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 3 LED and the rest off

Wiimote3.led1 = true
Wiimote3.led2 = false
Wiimote3.led3 = true
Wiimote3.led4 = false

//Player 4's Classic controller (Pro) or Fighting Stick Wii
//Also, each button corresponds to a sideways Wiimote for NES games.
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 4

PPJoy4.Digital0 = Wiimote4.Classic.a or Wiimote4.Two
PPJoy4.Digital1 = Wiimote4.Classic.b or Wiimote4.One
PPJoy4.Digital2 = Wiimote4.Classic.x or Wiimote4.A
PPJoy4.Digital3 = Wiimote4.Classic.y or Wiimote4.B
PPJoy4.Digital4 = Wiimote4.Classic.Minus or Wiimote4.Minus
PPJoy4.Digital5 = Wiimote4.Classic.Plus or Wiimote4.Plus
PPJoy4.Digital6 = Wiimote4.Classic.L
PPJoy4.Digital7 = Wiimote4.Classic.R
PPJoy4.Digital8 = Wiimote4.Classic.ZL
PPJoy4.Digital9 = Wiimote4.Classic.ZR
PPJoy4.Digital10 = Wiimote4.Classic.Home or Wiimote4.Home
PPJoy4.Digital11 = Wiimote4.Classic.Up or Wiimote4.Right
PPJoy4.Digital12 = Wiimote4.Classic.Down or Wiimote4.Left
PPJoy4.Digital13 = Wiimote4.Classic.Left or Wiimote4.Up
PPJoy4.Digital14 = Wiimote4.Classic.Right or Wiimote4.Down

//Player 4's Nunchuk
//PPJoy Virtual Joystick 6 Digital 6-10

PPJoy6.Digital6 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.ZButton
PPJoy6.Digital7 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.C
PPJoy6.Digital8 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.Up
PPJoy6.Digital8 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.Left
PPJoy6.Digital9 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.Down
PPJoy6.Digital10 = Wiimote4.Nunchuk.Right

//Turns on Player 4 LED and the rest off

Wiimote4.led1 = false
Wiimote4.led2 = true
Wiimote4.led3 = false
Wiimote4.led4 = true


Note: Ignore the comments in the code because I've changed the code since during very fast times. I've ignored the comments during the past two months.



I hope you enjoy using your Wii Remote and its useful attachments.

Comments
  
  Very interesting. Kudos for taking the time to go over it.
Reply With Quote
Old 07-10-2011, 02:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
Kugyince's Avatar
Gao Gao Gao
Donor
Administrator
13,124 posts
Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kugyince has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 62
Points: 108,679, Level: 62 Points: 108,679, Level: 62 Points: 108,679, Level: 62
Level up: 90%
Level up: 90%, 2,071 Points needed Level up: 90% Level up: 90%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

I know a couple of our members who would love to use their Tatsunoko vs. Capcom sticks on RU. Great find. Stickied.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote

Old 07-10-2011, 05:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
stevencassidy13's Avatar
Regular Poster
11,092 posts
stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!stevencassidy13 has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 60
Points: 66,551, Level: 60 Points: 66,551, Level: 60 Points: 66,551, Level: 60
Level up: 62%
Level up: 62%, 3,899 Points needed Level up: 62% Level up: 62%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

Nice work snsp, alternativly, there are wii-mote to usb adapters out there for cheap. I got one and it works flawlessly.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
kong on Bronies:

"Of the 75% that are straight I would bet at least 10% would rather have a cheeseburger than a girlfriend."
Old 08-14-2011, 12:44 PM   #4 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

Rough news. I have tried the Beta version of ArcadeOX and it will not accept input from my Fighting Stick Wii. This is unfortunate because I want to use my Fighting Stick Wii at all times in the Coin-Op arcade.

I hope this bug gets fixed before it's too late.
Reply With Quote
Old 11-03-2011, 07:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

One new problem. I've found that Windows 7 needs signed device drivers, none of which PPJoy can provide. I'll keep you posted.
Reply With Quote
Old 11-03-2011, 08:15 PM   #6 (permalink)
Kong's Avatar
Donor
Administrator
12,326 posts
Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Kong has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 64
Points: 133,715, Level: 64 Points: 133,715, Level: 64 Points: 133,715, Level: 64
Level up: 18%
Level up: 18%, 16,735 Points needed Level up: 18% Level up: 18%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

They do that because it costs money to sign drivers. Their theory is that good guys can pay the money, bad guys can not, therefore you are more safe.

I think there is a flaw in that logic.

There are ways to disable that feature.
Here is one. Disable Driver Signing in Windows 7

You can google for other options.

Keep in mind though, that link is telling you how to turn off a safety feature.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
Old 11-12-2011, 02:06 PM   #7 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

It's more than just disabling driver signing. You would need to allow all drivers and programs to run without administrator intervention.

Keep in mind that when I first published my thread, I had Windows XP. Now things are much more complicated since I have Windows 7. I've corrected things on my own, but I have forgotten the steps I have used... Either way, those who want to use their Fighting Stick Wii this badly will at least have decent computer knowledge and will track this down themselves.
Reply With Quote
Old 12-15-2011, 04:45 PM   #8 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

I can't use PPJoy and GlovePIE in the current version of Retro Uprising's ArcadeOX system. Therefore, I may not be playing the coin-op games here for quite some time. Please fix this compatibility problem.
Reply With Quote
Old 12-15-2011, 04:59 PM   #9 (permalink)
sabby's Avatar
Donor
2,690 posts
sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!sabby has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 32
Points: 15,555, Level: 32 Points: 15,555, Level: 32 Points: 15,555, Level: 32
Level up: 10%
Level up: 10%, 995 Points needed Level up: 10% Level up: 10%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

You could, I don't know, plug in a controller to your computer. Just a thought.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
The List of 111 games I've beaten on RU.
Old 12-15-2011, 05:53 PM   #10 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

Quote:
Originally Posted by sabby View Post
You could, I don't know, plug in a controller to your computer. Just a thought.
...I don't have the ability to do so. I have an XBOX 360 Afterglow, but what good does that do if I want to use my Fighting Stick Wii? That's an authentic arcade-style stick that works great on coin-op games.



Aside from that, I know that the old Score Mode worked with the Fighting Stick Wii, so there shouldn't be an excuse for it not to be working now.

Last edited by supernintendosp; 12-15-2011 at 06:10 PM..
Reply With Quote
Old 08-27-2012, 01:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

As I've gotten an excellent Wii Classic Contoller converter by Mayflash, I have been playing on RU for a long time since. I haven't needed to use a bluetooth adapter due to this. But, GlovePIE still comes in handy with Flash games.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
Old 08-27-2012, 06:56 PM   #12 (permalink)
fungusman's Avatar
Donor
597 posts
fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!fungusman has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 22
Points: 6,528, Level: 22 Points: 6,528, Level: 22 Points: 6,528, Level: 22
Level up: 10%
Level up: 10%, 722 Points needed Level up: 10% Level up: 10%
Activity: 3%
Activity: 3% Activity: 3% Activity: 3%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

they all work out the box in linux including the wii mote
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
Old 03-18-2013, 05:20 PM   #13 (permalink)
supernintendosp's Avatar
Regular Poster
58 posts
supernintendosp play's well with otherssupernintendosp play's well with others
View Stats
Level: 5
Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5 Points: 468, Level: 5
Level up: 12%
Level up: 12%, 132 Points needed Level up: 12% Level up: 12%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

Quote:
Originally Posted by fungusman View Post
they all work out the box in linux including the wii mote
Ouch, I don't use linux
I've gotten a USB converter to fix the whole problem. It's a Mayflash Wii Classic Controller converter, able to support two controllers. Here's a picture of it.


Other than it's small problem, which is Xpadder not being compatible with MAME, it works beautifully.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
Old 09-23-2013, 02:28 PM   #14 (permalink)
Dudebro's Avatar
MY TITLE IS RED!
26,061 posts
Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!Dudebro has earned the ear of the admin. Watch yourself!
View Stats
Level: 62
Points: 106,608, Level: 62 Points: 106,608, Level: 62 Points: 106,608, Level: 62
Level up: 80%
Level up: 80%, 4,142 Points needed Level up: 80% Level up: 80%
Activity: 0%
Activity: 0% Activity: 0% Activity: 0%
 

   
Re: How to use your Wii Remote and its accessories as gamepads

I unstuck this because it seemed outdated. If I'm wrong let me know and I'll restick it or do something else with it.
My SignatureDisplay Signature Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are Off



All times are GMT -5. The time now is 06:18 PM.

vBulletin® ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. » vBadvanced CMPS