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Re: Best Micromachines games?

by Limewater Tue Dec 07, 2010 3:16 pm

msimplay wrote:
Limewater wrote:I've only ever played the NES one.

How does the pad sharing feature work?


Just like a multitap except you don't need to buy one it came built into the game.
Just connect your pads and play


Sorry, I mean the means whereby four people play on two controllers, or eight play on four. Do you have to press "up" to accelerate? What about brakes? The genesis pad only has three buttons, what are their assignments if someone's going to control their car with one? If they use two buttons to turn left and right, that only leaves one more for gas and brake.
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Re: Best Micromachines games?

by msimplay Tue Dec 07, 2010 3:18 pm

Limewater wrote:
msimplay wrote:
Limewater wrote:I've only ever played the NES one.

How does the pad sharing feature work?


Just like a multitap except you don't need to buy one it came built into the game.
Just connect your pads and play


Sorry, I mean the means whereby four people play on two controllers, or eight play on four. Do you have to press "up" to accelerate? What about brakes? The genesis pad only has three buttons, what are their assignments if someone's going to control their car with one? If they use two buttons to turn left and right, that only leaves one more for gas and brake.



Oohh I remember now the pad sharing I did try it but I can't recall anything except it was awkward.
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