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The DXJoy (XNA DXJoystick Support) library will allow usage of DirectX compatibles Joysticks in XNA game development for windows.
How to use?
Create a GameComponent, add DXJoy.dll in references and add DXJoystickSupport in using declarations. After do this, put the follow code in respective methods listed above: – Initialize:
– Update:
– Dispose:
Insert the follow code in your game constructor(where YourGameComponent is the GameComponent created below):
– this.Components.Add(new YourGameComponent(this));







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DXJoy is a Windows DirectX compatibles joystick library for XNA games.
it can be used with the XNA Game class, to read and write joystick input values, like tilt and rotation axis, and to create virtual joysticks from code and send them to the game system to control it.
DXJoy allows users to bind to joystick’s buttons, triggers and rotations axis.
DXJoy supports the following joystick types: –
Microsoft® Xbox® Gamepad – Built-in.

// Microsoft Xbox® Gamepad
[Description(“Xbox Gamepad”)]
public class XboxGamepad
[RequiredField] public System.Windows.Forms.Joystick joy;
public XboxGamepad()
// Initialize a Game object to manage this joystick.
Game game = new Game();
// Load the joystick from the current game.
joy = game.Joysticks[joystickName];
public override string ToString()
return “XBOX® Gamepad” + ” Controller ” + joy.name;

// Nokia GamePad
[Description(“Nokia GamePad”)]
public class NokiaGamePad : AbstractGamePad
// Initialize a Game object to manage this joystick.
Game game = new Game();
// Load the joystick from the current game.
joy = game.Joysticks[joystickName];

// Xbox One Controller
[Description(“Xbox One Controller”)]
public class XboxOneController : AbstractGamePad
// Initialize a Game object to manage this joystick.
Game game = new Game();
// Load the joystick from the current game.
joy = game.Joysticks[joystickName];

// Nintendo GamePad
[Description(“Nintendo GamePad”)]
public class NintendoGamePad : AbstractGamePad
// Initialize a Game object to manage this joystick.
Game game = new Game();
// Load the joystick from the current game.
joy = game.Joysticks[joystickName];

// Lyla Joystick
[Description(“Lyla Joystick”)]
public class

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DXJoy is a simple, pure DXJoystick implementation using DirectX 5 and XNA 3.0 Game Components. It is able to use most common gaming keyboards (tested with Logitech, Microsoft, and YUUAN) through the use of the keybindings utility. It also supports most common gaming mice (tested with Logitech, Microsoft, and YUUAN) through the use of the mouse bindings utility. Using the DXJoystick support library, the developers are able to directly interact with the DirectX compatible joystick. The only interface is through the joystick component, and all user interaction is controlled through the interface.
You want to move a axis upwards in your game, but you need to use the mouse bindings for that.
You should do this:
public void MouseBinds(Point mousePos)
DXJoy.MouseBind(“Down”, “XMoveMouse”);
DXJoy.MouseBind(“Up”, “XMoveMouse”);
XNA Joystick Library:

This library is 100% Pure DirectX and is compatible with all Windows Versions, except Windows Vista.
Configuring the Input Bindings
Windows Vista users need to add an entry in the registry to be able to configure your Joysticks. To do this, right click “My Computer”, and select “Tools” –> “Folder Options”. Click the “File Types” tab, and select “Create new”. Click the “File Types” tab, and select “Open”. In the “File Name” box, enter the following:


[Reg entry inside this key]

With this entry, we tell Windows to check if the “NewBind” key is a valid registry entry. This is done by the following command:
REG ADD “HKLM\Software\Microsoft\DirectInput\GestureBindings\InputBindings\Joystick\NewBind” /V “NewBind” /D “REG_SZ” /T REG_SZ /F

Compile instructions:
Windows XP, Vista and 7:
– Open “My Computer” and right click on XNA GameStudio project
– Go to “Add New Project”, and select the Game Component
– Select

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A library of classes to control Microsoft Joysticks, such as the XBox 360 Controller, GameCube Controller, PlayStation Controller and more.
Joysticks are Microsoft Controller devices connected to the computer’s USB port, that represent a physical controller for game software.
You can connect a joystick to your computer via USB, then insert the “System Port (COMX)” service in your projects settings. In your computer, you can control the joystick by using Windows native joysticks.
For example, double click on the Windows button on the taskbar to bring up the task manager. Then right click on the “System Port (COMX)” and choose “Open”. Finally, you can connect your joystick and the JoystickDevices COMX service will automatically detect your joystick.


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Here are some screenshots taken in Normal mode, the following game settings: – Level = 1, Score = 1, GameType = 4 – Silent and GameType = 0 (for the menu)
Hot keys: – Spacebar for weapon menu, enter for new level menu – F2 for pause menu, F3 for load level menu, F4 for activate global hotkey settings, F5 for activate global hotkey settings, F6 for take screenshot

Javis’ new dll is called DXGamepadPlayback and it seems to do all that I needed to do for usb gamepad auto-detection.

I had to change the writeup in the change log to reflect this, as I didn’t recognize the changes.

Also, I don’t know if Javis changed this, but there is now a dll called DXJoy that is included with the dll. It’s also called DXJoy, but it does essentially the same thing, with these changes:

– Instead of using dxmouse, dxjoystick, dxtransform, dxhost, dxfile, dxfilter, dxaudio, dxsensor, dxsensordevice, dxposition and dxtag, it just calls DXJoystickUtilities.Initialize()
– Instead of creating XNA mouse, keyboard, joystick, and mouse device objects, it calls XNAInput.GetAxisFromString()
– Instead of using the official mouse, keyboard, joystick, and mouse devices in the XNA Content Pipeline

What’s New In?

Supports all console joysticks (if you have nintendo controller based one, you can make a class and override the dp_DPadUpdate method). Supports Xbox360 and Xbox360Pro controllers also. Can be used in both 2D and 3D game development.

DXJoy must be run before publishing to verify that the joystick is connected properly and cannot be used when in this mode. Running DXJoy will not affect any existing mouse or keyboard mouse assignments.
The “O” button will toggle between joystick use and key use. Keyboard selection is based on default keyboard settings. In game this is controlled by placing the game input on other buttons.
When running DXJoy, the mouse is assigned to the mouse button to the mouse on the controller. During a game the mouse is controlled by placing it on other buttons.

How to use :

Create a class derived from GameComponent and make two virtual methods with name Initialize and Update, so your class will be like this:
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Audio;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Content;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.GamerServices;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Graphics;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Input;
using Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Media;

using DXJoy;

namespace YourGame
public class YourGameComponent : GameComponent
//add here the next methods:
protected override void Initialize()

//set the current selection method here:
this.selectionMethod = GameComponent.SelectionMethod.Keyboard;
//set the level of sensitivity for mouse and keyboard use here:
this.mouseSensitivity = new Vector2(-25, 25);

System Requirements For DXJoy:

OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: 2.2 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Processor: 2.8 GHz
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Special Notes:
– This is a trial, using this tool and host can get this tool running for free.
– This tool may not work in extreme computer settings.
Known issues:
-This tool can only be ran at once, this requires


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