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> How do you change weight on a Mo'cycle on PC?, I should have been paying attention
JohnByng
post Feb 23 2010, 05:58 PM
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OK, I did see the instructions when they came up but after that I didn't use a motorbike for a while and I've forgotten which buttons control shifting weight.

I tried getting a bike and pressing all the buttons at random but no luck.

Sorry for this really dumb question. snf (31).gif
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Banana Boy
post Feb 23 2010, 08:25 PM
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QUOTE (JohnByng @ Feb 23 2010, 12:58 PM) *
OK, I did see the instructions when they came up but after that I didn't use a motorbike for a while and I've forgotten which buttons control shifting weight.

I tried getting a bike and pressing all the buttons at random but no luck.

Sorry for this really dumb question. snf (31).gif


at first you made it sound like you wanted to edit the physical weight of the bike by using the code but then I read on...

to do this you use the keys you normally use to drive, left and right, up and down shifts your weight around in the air, it also controls your wheelies and front tire wheelies, you can do a nose wheelie by going fast, hit the breaks hard and while in the breaking, hit the up key to shift niko forward and you will do a nose wheelie


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JohnByng
post Feb 25 2010, 07:43 PM
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Thanks Banana Boy, but it is L Ctrl and L Shift.
Apparently Custom mapping means you can set the controls - I thought it was something to do with distances.
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