Rude turned the Fisher-Price Game Controller to Work on PC
Footage of Elden Ring being played with the Fisher-Price toy was shared by Judaism. He turned it turned into an Xbox controller very effectively. He gave a brief about how he changed the controller while the toy’s original sounds were left as they were earlier. The controller doesn’t have the right analog stick. This is one of the biggest challenges. In most third-person games, the right analog stick allows camera control. Even in first-person shooters, it controls the sight and aim of the player. Then, to get out of this, Rudeism utilized the mode switch on the controller to change the mode from music to numbers.
Rude turns the Fisher-Price Game Controller to play Elden Ring
Changes with the joystick
The left joystick becomes a right joystick on switching the mode over. For some different actions to occur, it also changes some of the face buttons. The joystick even pushes in as it would on a normal Xbox controller. On the top, there are two bumpers. One is with a wheel and the other acts as a light switch of sorts. They also account for LB/LT and RB/RT. Though, an off-hand joke inspired Rudeism to build up this project. Wario64 tweeted the joke on April 15. He shared a link to a discounted Fisher-Price controller and said it was, “perfect for Elden Ring.””
Rudeism said that it was a super tight fit while he was Speaking with IGN. He had to get a Stanley knife to cut down the USB port so that he could fit it in there. However, it was one of the cleanest build-ups of Rudeism. It was also one of his easier builds as he took the help of the existing circuit board. The toughest part was fitting everything in the controller. They had to fit a whole new thumbstick & 3D print a mount for it, as well as add new electronics for the shoulder buttons. Judaism is not a stranger to unique controller creations. Recently, he beat Dark Souls 3 with Morse code. Also, he once played Overwatch using a bunch of bananas.
A new experience with Elden Ring
It’s been over two months since Elden Ring launched. Many of the fans have been trying their luck with weird controllers. This time it was Rudeism using a Fisher-Price toy controller, changing it into a working Xbox controller. Revealing his latest work on Twitter, Rudeism, who calls himself a “builder of bizarre controllers,” has now modded the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Game & Learn Controller. Inspired by a Wario64 joke, he released a short video, confirming it “still has all the sounds it came within the box but it also can play games,” demonstrating this with Elden Ring.
This attempt is not a thing to be surprised although it’s an unusual sight. Dudeism is trying unusual controllers. We have seen many interesting approaches from Elden Ring’s fan scene, including ZeroLenny’s recent attempt with DK Bongos. SuperLouis64 used Ring Fit Adventure’s ring a week after launch. This was followed up quickly using a banana controller to beat Godrick with it.
1. What are the fans trying to do?
One fan’s been working on an Elden Ring demake for Game Boy, another beat the whole game without taking damage last month, while speedrun scores continue to climb.
2. What did Rudeism do?
Rudeism using a Fisher-Price toy controller, modding it into a working Xbox controller. Revealing his latest work on Twitter, Rudeism, who calls himself a “builder of bizarre controllers,” has now modded the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Game & Learn Controller.
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