Hi Guys. I'm bran new on this forum so I hope I've posted this the right place.
I have a two player bartop, set up with two Reyman zero delay usb encoders.
My question is: How do I wire them up correctly to use them with Hyperspin?
Right now, the buttons for player 1 and two are wired as shown in the Picture. For player 1, buttons on the front are 9, 10 and 11.
Hope you Guys can help 🙂
My Current setup is with a pi, but I'm transitioning to HyperSpin shortly
Good morning guys,
I have a friend who has recently bought a 2nd hand machine and it doesn't seem to be working correctly. He asked me to take a look at it as I am more into IT, but my experience with emulators is slim, so i was wondering if someone could help point me in the right direction.
When launching Hyperspin, everything seems to work fine, until a game loads. Then some or all of the buttons stop working. He has 2 x Sanwa joystick with 6 buttons plus credit and player buttons. After reading the initial guide on here i could see that the software version was very old, so i downloaded the latest update files and installed them.
N64 roms are not working at all, it asks for the memory pak, and a lot of the other consoles do not work either, but the Sega Genesis system does, so i am confused and I'm guessing it is a configuration issue more than something being wrong.
Has anyone else had a similar issue please?
Is it possible to control the menu wheel using a steering wheel? I've tried enabling joystick but that doesn't seem to work. I've also tried spinner with no luck either.
If someone could be me to a tutorial, I'd really appreciate. I've looked and googled it but can't find any info on how to do this.
Anyone buy Injustice 2 for PC yet that can speak towards how the player controls are layed out? And is two player controlls with one keyboard possible - a la IPAC friendly? If not, any work arounds created using vjoy/ahk or anything else?
I may buy it tonight and see what's up...
I always wanted a Arcade cabinet., So I decided to build my own.
Here is my Homemade Arcade Bartop Arcade
HP Z100 i5 Motherboard 2.66Mhz
SANDISK 120SSD HD
Keyboard Encoder: Howler Board (sucks!!) (Changed to iPac Ultimate OI in March)
Buttons and Joystick from Paradise Arcade
Arcade Template from Gameroom Designs
Found random EPS art files on google. Very hard to file
25 watt Amplifier / Speakers and Led lights from Parts Express.
Plus 8 Months of after work time and energy.