Often times the controls for a piece of software are not always the friendliest locations for one-handed operation. By one-handed operation I mean one hand on the keyboard, one hand on the mouse. When working in graphic programs I find myself working that way quite often. It could be as basic as a drawing program where I need to use the Z key to initiate the zoom function and then using the mouse to decide where to zoom. Other times it is more complex, such as selecting an image, zooming into a one pixel to one pixel rendering, panning, and then marking the image as a keeper or a chucker. It could just as likely be a drawing program where I am documenting an idea. For my #AVTweeps, just think AutoCAD.
Recently I tweeted I was playing Mario Kart online, I included a picture that contained my Wiimote Steering Wheel, my Bell’s Winter White Ale, and the bottom of four remote controls. The subject and intended humor was the steering wheel and beer combination. I was surprised by how many responses I got, not about drinking and gaming, or drinking and driving, but “why did I have so many remotes? Why not a universal remote?”
So I have gotten a Playstation3, I also have PS2, PS1, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo GameBoy, Windows, and Mac. So to so I have various gaming environments. So there have been some games that are available on multiple platforms and I have had a chance to try a few of them. On the PS2 I enjoy [more]