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Hello! I am taking requests for accelerometer games..

I want to know, what EXISTING games would you like to have accelerometer support?
I'm just trying to experiment with Gpad, and see what I can do with it!
I currently have Pacman, NFSUC, jumpyball, GreedyPenguins, PGR, jelly blocks, Krystaloids, spore and PocketNester working well enough to play.

So, I'm asking you all, to please drop by, and post games you would like to have accelerometer support on, or post games you have gotten to work.



Games Supported:
Pacman
NFSUC
Jumpyball
Greedypenguins
pgr
jelly blocks
krystaloids
spore WOOT!
Sonic Unleashed [Almost]
Xtraxt
AOC

More being tested!
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spy hunter, you tilt the device like a steering wheel to turn the car

i would love an airplane game

an idea i had basically involves trying to keep balance of something like a tall stack of plates or something

a game where you run back and forth grabbing things before they hit the ground

idk if this is any help but they are just some things i thought would be neat
 
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I'll try to find one where things are falling.
Spyhunter is a java game, so I cant

Games that use simple up down left right, like pacman, are easiest and have a good chance of being supported.

As for a catching game, I cant find one thats free to download, so I cant try it out.
 
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is there a link or something so i can download these games?
 
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I'd love to play XTRAKT and Flux Challenge with accelerometer...

So let me if I can help you in your prj...

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Thanks Im not at my computer atm, so I cant post the file. Ill upload it in a week.
Its really simple to make games compatible, you basically copy and paste something, and rename it to your file.

Itll look like this:
<Application>
<FileName>Gpad.exe</Filename>
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...
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</Application>
OR SOMETHING LIKE that.
Paste one of those below it, and rename it.

Thanks for helping, and please contribute by testing / confirming games.
 
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As i previously posted my asking about how to get the Gpad to work, i actually downloaded for my Diamond2 - absolutely no idea how to use it! Please help with little instruction.....
thank you members
 
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As i previously posted my asking about how to get the Gpad to work, i actually downloaded for my Diamond2 - absolutely no idea how to use it! Please help with little instruction.....
thank you members
Download Gpad.cab, and install it on your ppc by clicking on it.
Now, download Config.xml from above and place it in the Gpads saved folder.

It may change locations depending on where you saved it.
MyStorage>Programfiles>Gpad is the most common place.
Paste config.xml there, and it will ask you if you want to override the existing config. Click yes.

Then, open up Gpad by clicking its GPAD.EXE file.
It should have a yellow backround, and two rectangles. There shold also be 2 balls. A red one, which tells where you are tilting, and a green one, or something like that, that shows the center. X it out, DONT CLICK EXIT, just click ok or x in the corner. Then run any of the games from above, and you can now use the gsensor to play

Gpad must be running in the backround to play those games with gpad.
 
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Download Gpad.cab, and install it on your ppc by clicking on it.
Now, download Config.xml from above and place it in the Gpads saved folder.

It may change locations depending on where you saved it.
MyStorage>Programfiles>Gpad is the most common place.
Paste config.xml there, and it will ask you if you want to override the existing config. Click yes.

Then, open up Gpad by clicking its GPAD.EXE file.
It should have a yellow backround, and two rectangles. There shold also be 2 balls. A red one, which tells where you are tilting, and a green one, or something like that, that shows the center. X it out, DONT CLICK EXIT, just click ok or x in the corner. Then run any of the games from above, and you can now use the gsensor to play

Gpad must be running in the backround to play those games with gpad.
very details, i will try later later....thanks again
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very details, i will try later later....thanks again
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there are two "Config.xsd.txt" and "GPad Config.txt" i've no idea which one should i place under the path of GPad saved folder?
thanks again

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