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Mortal Kombat Macro Keys hack: add a button to release combos!

Thanks so much to Eduardo for sending in his project to our blogtip line! Check out more here.

One of the most difficult things to play MK are the various movements and buttons that must be pressed sequentially to release a simple combo.

And more, you need to memorize them all…

Thinking on it, I decided to modify my PS3 dual-shock controller, and add one more button.

A macro-key button ! A magic button ! Just press it once, and a super sequence of combos is released against your opponent.

It is not something that you should always use, but sometimes worth to de-stress. Especially when you are not a great player. đŸ˜‰

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1 Comment

  1. Super !!

    I wanna one of those !!

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