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Experiment #150 28th December 2010 03:51 AM

Hey that's my getaway! I'll sue!


Hey c'mere Sue.

:D Nah sure it's like the only thing I'm entitled to say here but first come first served, no?

1337 28th December 2010 03:54 AM

When you're getting swatted at with a broom, how else am I suppose to disappear....

Experiment #150 28th December 2010 04:00 AM

Like Ozzie: covered in ice and falling through a hole.
http://www.lordyuanshu.com/images/Cr...zieicefall.jpg

HatCat 31st December 2010 12:09 AM

Hey look at that, more of Sniff's stash.

Experiment #150 31st December 2010 01:28 AM

something here smells funny..... who is sniff? :D

TorontoFrank 31st December 2010 06:29 PM

I realize this thread is about to die, but If anyone sees this I have a "quick" question. I currently have 2 ps3 controllers (wired) plugged in and connected perfectly fine, they both seem to work, when configuring the controllers I was able to set the buttons on BOTH controllers. When attempting to play the games thats a different story. Trying to play SSB two player...

Using: 1 PS3 Dualshock3 SixAxis controller
1 PS3 SixAxis Controller

MotioninJoy DS3 drivers
Project64 1.6
Super Smash Bros. (A) [!].z64

(I currently only have SSB and Mario Party because those are the only two games I owned. I plan on buying more)

And the two player controllers dont work on either.


Thanks in advance for any help, TorontoFrank.

Experiment #150 31st December 2010 08:05 PM

._.

o_o

O_O

You do realize that you should just make a new thread, right?

TorontoFrank 31st December 2010 08:55 PM

This seemed like a good spot to place this ... sorry. Should I still go post a new thread?

Experiment #150 31st December 2010 10:18 PM

yes. Methinks that one thread per question is enough.

HatCat 2nd January 2011 03:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by natnatertatertot (Post 19140)
something here smells funny..... who is sniff? :D

We don't want to find out.


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