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GameCube Controller Adapter (Nintendo Wii U/PC DVD/Mac OS X)
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- The GameCube Controller Adapter allows you to connect up to four GameCube controllers (or wireless GameCube controllers) to a Wii U system and PC USB
- With two GameCube Controller Adapters, up to eight GameCube controllers can be used at the same time
- Switch to "Wii U" or "PC" mode by using the switch located on the side
- Supports the GC/Wii Emulator Dolphin
- Supports the built-in Vibration Feedback with no delays by plugging the two USB ports of the adapter into your Wii U system or PC USB connector ports.
- The driver is required if you need the vibration feedback on the PC mode. Please download it from www.mayflash.com/Support/Download
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8,32 bit and 64 bit and Mac OS under the PC mode
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The Mayflash adapter allows you to play your favorite Nintendo Wii U and PC games with your regular Nintendo Gamecube controller. Plug and play and easy to setup for your favorite Wii U games like Super Smash Bros. Mayflash uses only the highest quality parts to create this durable Gamecube adapter so you can play without any input delay.
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If you're looking to use this on Dolphin emulator you CAN but make sure you get the official driver from MayFlash first. The generic game controller driver from Microsoft won't be as well calibrated and might not support force feedback. Also you'll still have to configure the input in Dolphin manually, I found that the "GameCube adapter for Wii U" didn't work.
You also need to use both USB connectors if you want force feedback. Black one is for data, grey one is to power the force feedback feature.
This adapter also works on PC with the Dolphin emulator perfectly.
I was a little dubious when it arrived, as the packaging wasn't great and the box didn't look too impressive or very "official"- but on giving it a try, it is perfect. Very easy to set up and use with the WiiU (we haven't tried it with the PC yet but are hoping to soon), and works a treat. No lagging on the gameplay and is just perfectly compatible, it works so well.
Thank you very much to MayFlash for producing an adapter that isn't just affordable, but also that works brilliantly. We've played it with 4 of us on GameCube controllers and it still works just as well.
The construction is solid enough - its very light - and the cable is long. It instantly interfaces with the Dolphin emulator, with no need for any further setup or configuration, the only point to make regarding this is to ensure the switch on the back is set to "Wii" even when using with a PC running Dolphin.
I have three Gamecube controllers going into this, which then is plugged into my Wii U and it plays just perfectly. There is no lag and the controls are really crisp. As a bonus you can use it to connect Gamecube controllers to a PC to use as joysticks.
This is going to function like the official adapter so for now the only game it works with is Super Smash Bros (Wii U), I guess any further compatibility will depend on Nintendo making their official adapter compatible with other games.
For now though, it does exactly what I wanted it to and has ended many weeks of frustration and annoyance so i'm giving it 5 stars.
I connect it to the Nintendo Switch then power on. I go to the Find Controllers screen and wait a moment, then plug in the controller. If the turbo lights come on, I unplug, wait, and try again. When the controller is plugged in and the lights are not on I then wait a moment and use the buttons on the right not the control stick nor C stick.
I exit and I see the controller appear along the bottom. It took a few goes to get the process right, but now it is reliable.
For PC, if you plug in only one of the USBs (It does matter which, one is required, the other is additional but I don't remember which colour is which) then it works - sorta. It registers all of the ports equally again, but only one controller can be accessed at a time, meaning, you can set it up in dolphin with all 4 controllers no problem, but in game, only port one can be used. The others will remain disconnected. That controller will also not have vibrational feedback.
When both are plugged in, it works a treat with no problems. Just a cool little tidbit.