Help · Release Notes 1.0.4

Controllers

Play games with console controllers on Mac.

Turn your Mac into a console gaming experience.

A must-have app for any gamer, you'll be able to use console controllers to play almost any game on Mac, even games that don't have built-in support for controllers.

Requires Mac OS X 10.8+
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Flexible button types.

You can set any button type to any control type. All button types are converted to regular buttons to allow configuration of any button, axis, or hat switch to simulate any type of keyboard or mouse control.

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Use multiple controllers.

Multiple controllers can even be used at the same time. One person can use a PS3 controller, while another person uses an Xbox 360 controller, and someone else uses an old school joystick, and so on.

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Simple button configuration.

No scanning for controllers or searching for buttons. Just press the button on your game controller, and then press a button on your keyboard or select a mouse action from the menu.

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Keep your layouts organized.

You can set up a base layout with common controls and duplicate that layout to use as a starting point for new layouts. And with sorting and searching you can easily find the layout you are looking for.

And no special mouse options required.

No need to use special mouse locking options or switch into different modes like other apps make you do. The mouse will work with almost any game automatically. For example, games like Minecraft will work in windowed or fullscreen mode without fussing with extra mouse options.

Controllers Lite is also available as a free download on the Mac App Store, and has been listed as one of the Top Free Utilities for Mac.

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