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Eight Ball is played with a cue ball and fifteen object
balls, numbered 1 through 15. One player must pocket balls of the group
numbered 1 through 7 and the other player has 9 thru 15. The player pocketing
his group first and then pocketing the 8 ball wins the game.
Nine Ball is played with nine object balls numbered one
through nine and a cue ball. On each shot the first ball the cue ball contacts
must be the lowest-numbered ball on the table, but the balls need not be
pocketed in order. If a player pockets any ball on a legal shot, he remains at
the table for another shot, and continues until he misses, fouls, or wins the
game by pocketing the 9-ball. After a miss, the incoming player must shoot from
the position left by the previous player, but after any foul the incoming
player may start with the cue ball anywhere on the table. Players are not
required to call any shot. a match ends when one of the players has won the
required number of games. You can read more here:http://departments.weber.edu/wildcatlanes/billiard_rules.htm
That depends on the game settings. For example if you are playing PES(Pro Evolutions Soccer) you will have use the settings which can be found in programmes files in a sub-folder names Pro Evolution Soccer or Konami (Depends).
What game do you want to play? go to options and in the game settings and choose the controller. You can give me the name of the game so i can try and give specific settings. All the best
You seem to be quiet experienced with using software to map controls to your gamepad. If the camera looks down automatically then it is not the software or the mapping thats gone wrong, but the stick calibration is whats messed up. It happens to a lot of gamepads. Repairing it is quite easy but you have to open the gamepad and things might get worse if you dont know what you are doing.
I own a Rumblepad 2 and it does this kind of stuff too. What I do to fix it is, grab the stick toward right and turn it in a circle all the way through clockwise. Repeat it twice or thrice then do it anti-clockwise. Turn the stick vigorously, not slowly. It fixes my gamepad always. You can give that a try.
Another thing to do is let Windows Calibrate your gamepad. Depending on your operating system there are instructions on this website how to do it. Check it out.
its not problem with your gamepad. Its the problem with game both games. It has a bug problem. It cant install gamepad. dont try it again & again as it may damage the game pad internal configuration.
pls rate for me .
It may not be compadible with bioshock. I had the same experience had to return the game pad. I only paid 10 dollars for my game pad, goes to show you get what you pay for. Invest in something more expensive, it will pay out in the long run.