The standard fight stick layout is awesome... for fighters. What if you want to 1CC your favorite SHMUP and would prefer to have the buttons laid out a certain way without having to open your favorite fight stick? What if you want to have two buttons that do the same thing but one with auto-fire and one as standard fire? You can't without fancy wiring and a lot of extra (and non-existent) hardware, until now!
Re.Map.Auto.Fire by Arthrimus (R.M.A.F.) is here to solve all of these issues in a convenient form factor that supports a wide array of fight stick builds!
- Any button can be remapped to any output.
- You can duplicate any button as many times as you want.
- Un-mapped buttons are disabled.
- Auto-fire has 6 different speeds and each button can have its own rate of fire set individually.
- The R.M.A.F. allows you to create and store up to 8 different button mappings and auto fire settings that can be loaded on the fly.
- Automatically loads the last used profile so you can set it and leave it to a specific mapping you always use.
Installation (See Guide Below)
- Easy Installation in the Panzer Fight Stick by placing the R.M.A.F. on the 20-pin connector of the Brook Board in use and then connecting the 20 Pin ribbon to the male 20 pin connector on the R.M.A.F. PCB.
- No EZ BUILD? No problems. Use the screw terminals on the R.M.A.F to connect your Punch/Kick buttons or a pre-made 20 pin harness can be attached to the male 20-pin connector on the R.M.A.F. PCB.
Optional (but recommended Accessories)
- 2x Male-Female 4-40 PCB stand-offs. to support the PCB when installed on the Brook UFB PCB.
- If using in a case without built in stand-offs for a Brook PCB, we recommend 4x 4-40 screws and female-female spacers installed between the Brook PCB and the R.M.A.F. PCB for additional support. This method may require additional mounting hardware inside your case. Each fastening method will be different.