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A Rascally Artist who has a secret love for all things kart racing, as well as anything Nintendo.
United States
Registered since 23/06/2020
Last connection: 20/12/2020

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Messages 13 - Koopa Koopa
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UPDATE

You can now play the new Bonus Cups! They contain Trick and Reverse variants of 7 tracks, and Bowser's Airship Force 2!
Messages 13 - Koopa Koopa
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Hi everyone! I'm back with a brand new post. As you might have read the title, I've found a way to use controllers to play MKPC. If you wanna play with controllers too, I'll walk you step by step with the process.

Step 1

first, you'll need a PC (of course) and a controller to use to play MKPC. Make sure that your controller can be connected to your PC via bluetooth or USB.

Step 2

Once you have what you need, install AntiMicro which will map keyboard keys to your controller. you can install it here: https://github.com/AntiMicro/antimicro/releases

Step 3

Once installed, and Windows configures it, open AntiMicro. (You may need to go to Program Files using File Explorer and go there to open it.)

Step 4

Make sure your controller has been connected to your PC. Once opened, you can check if your controller has been connected if you see the name of the controller you connected.

Step 5

Now, you map the keys on the keyboard to your controller. For example,

Arrow Keys Left & Right = Left Stick
Item Key = Right Trigger
Drift Key / Do Tricks = Left Trigger
Accelerate Key = A/B Button
Look Behind Key = X/Y Button

There are also presets for joysticks, so you could easily map left and right arrow keys to a joystick.

I like to use the right stick to move the mouse and a extra button for left click. But if it's easier, you can still manually move the mouse for navigation.

Once you're happy with your controller map, you're ready to play MKPC with your controller! Just make sure that AntiMicro is running in the background by minimizing the program. When your done, you can close the program.

(If you're wondering, it does support xinput and most controllers. I've tested this with 2 USB controllers, as well as a switch pro controller.)
Messages 13 - Koopa Koopa
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Hi there, I've recently finished making a multicup called the quick mode multicup. Basically, I've made one track using every theme from the quick mode editor across all the three SNES, GBA, and DS games. In total, there are 32 tracks. you can play it using the link below. I'm still working on a multicup using the complete mode with 16 custom made original tracks.

(also working on making challenges for the quick mode multicup as well so all the challenges should be done in a few days)

Play the quick mode multicup here --> https://mkpc.malahieude.net/circuit.php?mid=1962

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Complete Mode Multicup
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Quick Mode Multicup
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Star Cup
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Delfino Docks (R/T)
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Desert Oasis
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447th Mario Circuit 1
mario
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