Okay. So you've went through the first troubleshooting FAQ for the game controller
, everything is all good, controller is fully configured, yet there's still no input, right?
This is the end result of you configuring the gamepad to listen off Controllers #2-5. These were meant for multi-player games. Whenever possible, you should configure for controller #1 and go.
Controller #2 was meant for one or two player games ONLY. Examples would be:
* Super Mario World
* Super Mario Kart
* Final Fantasy 3
* most sports games
* Dr. Mario
* among MANY others.
Controllers #3-5 were meant for those games which supported the multi-tap (the game would have to support the multi-tap in its own code; not all games used it). Examples of multi-tap games would include:
* Super Bomberman (any of them)
* most sports games made from '94-'98 (specifically anything made by EA sports)
* Secret of Mana (only works with three controllers)
* Micro Machines 1 and 2
* Top Gear 3000 (only works with four controllers)
If you are still having problems, try pressing the 7 key to switch back to controller 1 and 2.
Unofficial Test Monkey For:
* Snes9X GX (Wii)
* Snes9X EX (Android)
* Snes9X 64-bits