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brandibuck
9th Sep 2008, 12:48
Hi im a laptop user in tomb raider 1-5 { classics }

Sooo i got confused the first time i played it

And i wanted to share it to you guys

Sprint: C

Look: B

Crouch:z

Flares: F

Large med: 9

small med: 10

Arctic
9th Sep 2008, 14:36
I always change the controls. I can't remember the 'original' ones :p

Rexie
9th Sep 2008, 15:15
since when does laptops have different buttons :confused:

http://www.notebookreview.com/assets/2014.jpg

I have the default controlls on every game :p

Lara's.Fan4life
9th Sep 2008, 16:39
I adjust the controls according to my playing style..... I keep the controls that suit my hand positioning......

Jezyk
9th Sep 2008, 22:13
It's a bit difficult to adjust the keys on a laptop because the keyboard is smaller... I usually use Z/X/C for crouch and sprint and look, coma for flare, End for roll (on my keyboard End is the second key above right arrow).

rg_001100
10th Sep 2008, 01:43
since when does laptops have different buttons :confused:

http://www.notebookreview.com/assets/2014.jpg

I have the default controlls on every game :p

What about "Look" and "Roll"?

ditom
10th Sep 2008, 13:01
I use pad so I don't have any problem

Rexie
10th Sep 2008, 13:12
What about "Look" and "Roll"?

look: 0 / = / }

roll: never used it tbh-

_Love2Raid_
10th Sep 2008, 14:57
Gamepads rule!!!!!!!!!!! :thumbsup:

Laura Croft
10th Sep 2008, 18:55
Thanks for this. I could never find what 'look' was on the laptop.

ditom
10th Sep 2008, 19:13
Gamepads rule!!!!!!!!!!! :thumbsup:

Yes,it is the only solution that you can enjoy playing games on laptop.Keyboard is uncomfortable.

MissJess
13th Sep 2008, 18:52
The default controlls hurt my hands. :(

Jezyk
13th Sep 2008, 19:34
Yes,it is the only solution that you can enjoy playing games on laptop.Keyboard is uncomfortable.

I care to disagree ;] I've played through TR3, 4, Legend and Anniversary on my laptop and it's ok... the classic ones needed some practice, but it's more about the overload of commands and remembering how to execute them. TRL & TRA were both comfortable.