Keyboard Setup – FPS – Numeric Keypad   Leave a comment

Keyboard Setup – FPS – Numeric Keypad

Keyboard Setup – FPS – Numeric Keypad

I created this template to help with your keyboard as it should be associated with general First Person Shooter configuration when used in conjunction with the Razer Naga. This template considers the Numeric Keypad of the keyboard in regards to general FPS gaming.

The numeric keypad on your keyboard has undergone a total conversion and has now become your cheat console.

Everything bound here is a cheat or some other function which will make life easier in game. Although a few of the keys are game specific, a method is present here.

Once more from top left to bottom right…

Fly, Walk, and No Clip. Pretty self-explanatory.

No Target, Custom FOV, and Buddha/Undying/God. God Mode is pretty self-explanatory.  The custom FOV function is already bound to mouse button 3 (scroll wheel click) but we bind it here as well just in case we need mouse button 3 for some other purpose. In some games, such as Doom 3 or Quake 4, a testlight function is available. This creates an area of light in front of you so that you can see your surroundings a bit better. The Buddha and Undying cheats function pretty much the same aside from the fact that you take no damage at all in God Mode whereas in Buddha or Undying Mode you will take damage until you reach health level 1.

The next row features your ‘I want it all’ cheats. Want your health and eve bars at maximum length? Hit 4. Want all of those weapons modifications? Hit 5. Want all of those research camera goodies? Hit 6.

The next row is for changing the game difficulty level on the fly for those games which allow for it.

The fat key on the bottom will be used to refill your wallet in games such as BioShock and the one next to that to refill your ADAM. These two keys can be used specifically for each game as they reside at the bottom of the keyboard right next to your mouse.

The Plus and Enter keys mimic the mouse Quick Save and Quick Cheat buttons.

Game specific settings are listed in the Game Setup category.

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