How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
I'm not a huge fan of Maple Story, but I have characters. I've been playing it since it's first Beta tests, and I have the bandanna to prove it :)

I haven't played it in a while but now my wife and best friend want to LAN party, so I wanted to spice the game up a little bit. Here's how I did that.

In this instrutcable, I will explain the steps to using a Wiimote to play MapleStory Global.

Step 1: Requirements

For this you will need the following:(Do not extract zip files until you read the next step.)A compatible bluetooth USB adapter or bluetooth enabled PC and bluetooth 'stack'link: safety's sake, I'll be hosting the proper Wiimote with Nunchuk

Step 2: Prepare the apps

First off, I assume you have your bluetooth adapter set up. I will not go in to detail on how to do so here, but it should be very straightforward. In my case I have a broadcom-based USB Bluetooth adapters and the Broadcom drivers on Windows XP.I do not know if this will work in Vista or with other drivers.I found that I needed to Sync my Wiimote to my Wii to be able to connect the Wiimote to my PC. I did this by pressing the red Sync buttons on both my Wiimote and Wii. The Wii's Sync button is located in the memory card compartment, and the Wiimote's is located in the Wiimote's battery compartment.You will need to make sure your Wii is out of range, powered off, or in standby. The Wiimote will try to auto-connect to the Wii otherwise.Extract GlovePIE to an easily-accessible folder. This program does not install to your Program Files folder.Next, extract JoyToKey to an easily-accessible folder nearby the GlovePIE folder.And now, extract the PPJoy_Complete archive to an easily-accessible folder. Note that the archive contains all files already in a folder, so simply extracting to your desktop is sufficient. Run the setup application contained within the PPJoy Complete folder. Several Found New Hardware wizards will pop up. Tell them to install automatically.

Step 3: Preparing the hardware

How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
Firstly, we will connect the Wiimote to the PC. Open your bluetooth configuration. With my WIDDCOM/Broadcom adapter, I right-click the bluetooth icon in the system tray, and choose Add a Bluetooth Device. Press the 1 and 2 buttons on the Wiimote to put it in to discoverable mode. Your bluetooth software should detect the Wiimote as a RVL-CNT-01. If it asks to pair or asks for a password, leave the field blank, or click the Skip button if there is one. Once connected, your Wiimote's 4 LEDs should continue flashing.

To test that the Wiimote is connected, open GlovePIE and load the test.pie script. Click the Run button in the GlovePIE window. The debug line directly to the right of the Run/Stop button should now have several numbers that change rapidly as you move your Wiimote around. If this is the case, then the Wiimote is successfully connected to your PC.

Step 4: Preparing the software configuration

How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
How to play MapleStory with a Wiimote+Nunchuk
Finally, let's set everything up to do our bidding. First off is GlovePIE.Open GlovePIE. Click File->New. Copy the following code into the window://BEGIN COPY/*Nunchuck Stick - Up, Down, Left, RightNunchuck Flick Up - JumpC - Buff 1Z - Buff 2Wiimote Flick Horizontally - AttackWiimote Flick Horizontally+A - Spell 1Wiimote Flick Horizontally+B - Spell 2Plus - Spell 3Minus - Spell 4D-Pad Up - Item 1D-Pad Right - Item 2D-Pad Left - Item 3D=Pad Down - Item 4Home+Nunchuck Tilt - Mouse Movement1 - Left Mouse Click2 - Right Mouse Click*///Map Nunchuck stick digitals 0,1,2,3PPJoy.Digital0=Wiimote.Nunchuk.JoyX < -0.2 PPJoy.Digital1=Wiimote.Nunchuk.JoyX > 0.2 PPJoy.Digital2=Wiimote.Nunchuk.JoyY < -0.2 PPJoy.Digital3=Wiimote.Nunchuk.JoyY > 0.2//c and z to digital4,5PPJoy.Digital4=Wiimote.Nunchuk.CButtonPPJoy.Digital5=Wiimote.Nunchuk.ZButton//Plus Digital 6, Minus Digital 7PPJoy.Digital6=Wiimote.PlusPPJoy.Digital7=Wiimote.Minus//D-Pad Up, Down, Left, Right, Digital 8,9,10,11PPJoy.Digital8=Wiimote.UpPPJoy.Digital9=Wiimote.DownPPJoy.Digital10=Wiimote.LeftPPJoy.Digital11=Wiimote.Right//If Home then Nunchuck tilt=Analog 0,1if (Wiimote.Home) then PPJoy.Analog0=Wiimote.Nunchuk.RawForceX PPJoy.Analog1=Wiimote.Nunchuk.RawForceZelse //Map Nunchuck flick up to Digital0 PPJoy.Digital17=Wiimote.Nunchuk.RelAccZ>5endif//1 digital 12, 2 digital 13PPJoy.Digital12=Wiimote.OnePPJoy.Digital13=Wiimote.Two//Wiimote flick horizontally to Digital 14, a+flick Digital 15, b+flick Digital 16if Wiimote.A then PPJoy.Digital14=Wiimote.RawAccX>15endifif Wiimote.B then PPJoy.Digital15=Wiimote.RawAccX>15endifif Wiimote.A==false&&Wiimote.B==false PPJoy.Digital16=Wiimote.RawAccX>15endif//END COPYClick File->Save and save the file as MapleStory.PIE.Now, in GlovePIE, click CP-Settings->PPJoy. The PPJoy Joystick and Gamepad configuration Utility window should pop up. If you haven't already, add a Virtual joystick. More Found New Hardware wizards will appear. Do as before and let them install automatically. Once done, click on PPJoy Virtual joystick 1 then click the Mapping... button. Select Set A Custom Mapping and click Next. Select 2 axes and 18 buttons. Make sure Axis 1 is X Axis, and Axis 2 is Y Axis, then click Next. In the next page, make X Axis Analog0 and Y Axis Analog1, then click Next. In the next page make sure that buttons 1 through 16 are mapped to digitals 0 through 15, and click Next again. Finally, on the next page be sure that buttons 17 and 18 are mapped to digitals 16 and 17. Click Next, then Finish. Back in the PPJoy config window, click Done. PPJoy is now configured.Next is JoyToKey. Now, you may be wondering why we're taking these extra steps using PPJoy and JoyToKey instead of simply mapping all the buttons in GlovePIE. The 'hack prevention system' called GameGuard that runs alongside many MMOGs including MapleStory blocks emulated inputs through GlovePIE, however it will allow JoyToKey. Now, onwards.From GlovePIE, click CP-Settings->Joystick. Remember which joystick is the PPJoy joystick. If it is first in the list, then it is 1, if it is third, the it is joystick 3 in JoyToKey.Now open JoyToKey. It should have already created your first configuration. Click Preferences on the far right. Set the number of joysticks to at least as many as your PPJoy is in the list. For example, if your PPJoy joystick is third in the list, make sure you have the number of joysticks in the JoyToKey preferences as 3 at least. Now click Joysticks on the far right, and click on the tab corresponding to the joystick number, e.x. Joystick 3, at the top of the JoyToKey window. All gamepad keys should be unmapped, and reading 'DISABLED'. Set the keys as follows:Button 1 - Arrow - LeftButton 2 - Arrow - RightButton 3 - Arrow - UpButton 4 - Arrow - DownButton 5 - Page UpButton 6 - Page DownButton 7 - HomeButton 8 - EndButton 9 - 1Button 10 - 2Button 11 - 3Button 12 - 4Button 13 - Leave Disabled for nowButton 14 - Leave Disabled for nowButton 15 - InsertButton 16 - DeleteButton 17 - ControlButton 18 - ShiftNow minimize all applications.Lastly, open up MapleStory. Log in and choose a server/channel/character. Once you're loaded on to a map move yourself someplace safe; to a town or on a safe ledge away from monsters. Go to the Key Config window. This is how I set up my keys. Feel free to change it around as you wish.Attack - CtrlJump - ShiftItem 1 - 1Item 2 - 2Item 3 - 3Item 4 - 4Main Spell 1 - InsertMain Spell 2 - DeleteBuff Spell 1 - PageUpBuff Spell 2 - PageDnOther Spell 1 - HomeOther Spell 2 - EndBe sure to click OK when done.

Step 5: Wrapping up: How it works

Here is how things should work:

Swinging the Wiimote sharply to the left or right should cause you to attack normally.
Holding A while swinging should use your first Main Spell
Holding B while swinging should use your second Main Spell
Move using the Nunchuk analog stick
Flick the Nunchuk upwards (also downwards, technically) to jump.
Nunchuk C and Z are Buff spells 1 and 2
Wiimote D-Pad should be 3 items, and set Pick Up to 3 in the key config to use the D-Pad down to pick up items.
Plus and Minus are other spells 1 and 2
1 and 2, and home+nunchuk movement will control the mouse in the future, but are disable for now. You can set 1 and 2 (JoyToKey keys 13 and 14) to whatever keys you like for more spells/items if you prefer.

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