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2 Player Wiimote Tutorial For TeknoParrot Gun Games


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It is possible to use 2 wiimotes (nunchuks required) with 1 Dolphin Bar for 2 player games in TeknoParrot

 

Here's how you do it.

 

First connect your nunchucks to your wiimotes then set Dolphin Bar to Mode 3 and connect your wiimotes to the dolphin bar.

 

1) Whatever game you want to use, you have to set the game settings to Direct Input.

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2) You can set all the buttons in the controller settings to whichever button on the wiimote you feel comfortable with.

3) In order for the gun to move correctly in the game, you must set the Gun X and Gun Y properties as follows.

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4) Do the same for player 2.

 

This works for single player games aswell.

It is possible to setup 4 wiimotes likes this but not sure if any game takes advantage of 4 players.
I have tried this in other emulators with varying degrees of success.

It does work in MAME. If you find any other ones it does work with then please let everyone know.

 

This hardware setup also works with DemulShooter.

X and Y Axis are linked to NunChuck Joysticks by default.

You simply have to choose 0x32 for X and 0x35 for Y in P1-P4 Config to be able to aim with Wiimotes.

Verify correct aiming using DSdiag. (thanks VGer)

 

thanks all and enjoy :) 

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1 hour ago, bucksoverfame said:

I'm running Hyperspin, So what about the other systems like  Sega Model 2 & 3, PS3 or PS2, Xbox and Xbox360. Using Retroarch for the others. Might try and buy to set up this weekend.

 

none of those systems worked this way, it would need some changes in programming input code to work on those I think.
Mostly these systems have been emulated to use the mouse for gun input and therefore i couldn't get it to work with those but normally emulating the mouse in mode 2 with 1 player setup works great.
so i guess you would use 2 dolphin bars for 2 players but i've never done this as i don't see the point in it.

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On 9/11/2022 at 1:53 PM, Ghouse85 said:

Thanks for the tutorial. For some reason I’m not able to set the x and y for player 2. I can set all other buttons except for that. Any suggestions?

bit late but are you using the mayflash bar ?

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10 hours ago, Ghouse85 said:

Yep, but as mentioned by VGer, I later realised that I needed to connect nunchucks for it to work 🙂

sorry, i do have nunchucks and have never tried without so never knew it didn't work without them.
will add this info to the first post.

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This hardware setup also works with DemulShooter.

X and Y Axis are linked to NunChuck Joysticks by default.

You simply have to choose 0x32 for X and 0x35 for Y in P1-P4 Config to be able to aim with Wiimotes.

Verify correct aiming using DSdiag.

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8 minutes ago, VGer said:

This hardware setup also works with DemulShooter.

X and Y Axis are linked to NunChuck Joysticks by default.

You simply have to choose 0x32 for X and 0x35 for Y in P1-P4 Config to be able to aim with Wiimotes.

Verify correct aiming using DSdiag.

yep, been meaning to add this info so will do it now :) thank you

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