Instantly Add Gamepad/Joystick Support to Any Computer Game with Pinnacle Game Profiler

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New gaming software allows you to instantly add gamepad/joystick support to any computer game.

For gamers that prefer to play computer games with a gamepad or joystick instead of their keyboard and mouse, KALiNKOsoft has recently announced the release of its new Pinnacle Game Profiler software. These days it seems more and more computer games are being developed with limited or no built-in controller support. This has left gamers with no choice but to use a game profiler, software that can emulate your mouse and keyboard using a gamepad or joystick. Pinnacle Game Profiler can be used to instantly add gamepad/joystick support to almost any game and is compatible with almost any controller.

Unlike other game profilers, Pinnacle offers 2 seperate triggering events (pressed and released) which gives the user greater control and flexibility when creating commands. Users are able to quickly create simple or complex game commands using Pinnacle's unique interface, or even download pre-built command sets for many of their favorite games using the built-in PinnacleUpdate software. PinnacleUpdate is also used to make sure that your profiler software itself is kept up-to-date. The on-screen help display guides new users through the simple process of creating game commands and assigning them to controller configurations. One of the unique features offered by Pinnacle is the ability to create walk/run commands that can move a game's character faster or slower depending on how far forward a joystick is being tilted. Other useful features include the ability to create rapid-fire, toggle, and shift buttons, or invert a joystick's vertical axis, and much more.

Pinnacle Game Profiler can be used free for 30 days, after that you will need a license if you wish to continue using it. A license costs only $19.95 and can be purchased directly from the publisher KALiNKOsoft. To learn more about Pinnacle Game Profiler please visit


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