Want to play PC games easily with or without joystick support? You need to check out Xpadder.
Xpadder simulates keypresses and mouse movements using a gamepad, allowing you to use your controller to play PC games with poor or no joystick support.
Cool feature supported include:
- Play PC games with poor or no gamepad support;
- Add gamepad support to emulated, internet and DOS games;
- Play multiplayer games with each player using their own gamepad;
- Control video/music players using their shortcut keys;
- Use a gamepad with a web browser or any windows application;
- No installation needed – run straight from the Zip file;
- Designed for Windows XP and Windows Vista.
The latest version making the rounds in the software market is Xpadder 4.4, latest changes in this version include:
- Explorer associations and icons;
- Profile handling;
- Dialog window handling and default active button selection;
- Windows version checking;
- Shell update efficiency.
- Command line switches and help;
- Shortcut launching via command line;
- Automatic restore/minimize if xpadder is re-run;
- Controller link database duplication and bad entry checking;
- Xinput support for logitech chillstream controller;
- Recent documents list addition for open/save dialogs.
- A bug where lack of X and Y rumble axes caused continuous error;
- A bug where loading message flicked up if animations were disabled;
- A bug where manually closing dialog window did not return best response;
- A bug where extension extraction didn’t handle folders with extensions;
And Lots more.
Want to check it out? Go to http://www.xpadder.com/
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