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This was tested with the GOG version of The Suffering using an Xbox Series controller + Xbox One controller

1) Make sure that your PC detects your controller (Check in device manager etc)
2) Download and install AntiMicro (Free, opensource controller mapper)
OR
Download and install the newer version of AntiMicro, AntiMicroX (Free, opensource controller mapper)
3) Run AntiMicro and map your keyboard buttons to controller buttons. (You may need to run it in administrator mode)
4) Save your mapping to a file by clicking the Save As... button

Sample mappings file attached. Install instructions:

a) Download the image to your PC
b) Open it using a text editor (Notepadd++ works best)
c) Delete the first top four lines in the file. (Everything before the <?xml tag)
d) Change the extension from .png to .amgp
e) Load the file in AntiMicro
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Post edited November 20, 2023 by FatherlyNick
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FatherlyNick: This was tested with the GOG version of The Suffering using an Xbox Series controller + Xbox One controller

1) Make sure that your PC detects your controller (Check in device manager etc)
2) Download and install AntiMicro (Free, opensource controller mapper)
OR
Download and install the newer version of AntiMicro, AntiMicroX (Free, opensource controller mapper)
3) Run AntiMicro and map your keyboard buttons to controller buttons. (You may need to run it in administrator mode)
4) Save your mapping to a file by clicking the Save As... button

Sample mappings file attached. Install instructions:

a) Download the image to your PC
b) Open it using a text editor (Notepadd++ works best)
c) Delete the first top four lines in the file. (Everything before the <?xml tag)
d) Change the extension from .png to .amgp
e) Load the file in AntiMicro
Awesome, thanks! Very easy to follow. One thing I'll add for folks like me is it doesn't matter where you save the config profile just remember to have it (antiMicro) up and running with said profile loaded. I wasn't sure if this file needed to be in a specific place but it appears to not be part of the process.

Thanks again as I've never heard of AntiMicro, it's super intuitive compared to other options and glad to now have it.