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Old 18 August 2002, 23:10   #1
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Multiplayer mouse games

Hmmm, someone just asked me a question that's got me thinking, but I know you lot will know the answer!

Is it somehow possible to play multiplayer mouse games (Lemmings, Settlers, etc) on the same computer using WinUAE or WinFellow? Other than using the netplay Kaillera version, I can't think of any possible workarounds.

Any ideas, Toni perhaps?
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Old 18 August 2002, 23:41   #2
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I'd say that until winUAE or kaillera actually supports 2 mouse ports it would be hard to do that. Actually I think 2 mice installed would confuse the emulators as to which to use even when you just emulate one mouse.
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Not if one mouse was the default and the second was handled as a DirectPlay device. But I don't code (yet...) so I'm not sure.

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