4Noah 2014: Gaming Redux

The rough video above shows how it's possible to reduce the number of controls needed to play a game. In this instance, four controls have been reduced down to a single button/switch.

Using a switch interface on a PC running the latest 4Noah utility alongside MaxAim, all kind of things are possible.

With Peggle, one-switch works as follows: Tap to change the aiming angle (left - stop - right - stop). Hold for a couple of seconds then release toggles between fine aiming and fast aiming. Double-tapping fires the ball. I feel a Gaming Redux section coming together.

Peggle screen shot.

MaxAim: Xbox 360 set-up.

4Noah graphical display.

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