Adding Game Support

Posted by on May 10, 2011 in News | One Comment

Like they say, it’s not how many buttons you’ve got, it’s what you do with them that counts.

In that spirit, we are building our library of supported games so that it will be easier than ever to configure the Fragpedal with in-game actions. Furthermore, we want to hear more from our users of what commands they are assigning to their pedals that help them play games with ease and style. We are listening for your ideas on how to best use your hardware in different games. Also, which games with mediocre control schemes would benefit most from the Fragpedal’s control-intervention?

 

1 Comment

  1. Steve
    May 10, 2011

    Typical of Blizzard games, Starcraft II controls start out dead simple but allow some pretty advanced commands once you’ve mastered them.

    I think my game could benefit from a timer function. Perhaps I’ll assign a button to listen for one, two, or three presses, corresponding to 60, 90, and 120second timers, to help me with my pacing.
    Or, I’m considering the StarCraft II fire alarm. Set a button to quickly target my command center and other buildings with lift-off abilities to take off into the air, and perhaps also select all my SCVs and put them on auto-repair. But will it be zerg-rush-proof?