HyperClick II lets you create keyboard and mouse shortcuts and combos, so you can click 50 times/ sec, or fire off a combination of keys with a single button. Fully configurable, so you can create any combo you want then Â“activateÂ” it with the comboÂ’s hotkey, or keep firing off the combo for as long as you hold the key down. You can even create a Â“setÂ” of shortcuts for each game or application.
Tested on, and tweaked for, a wide variety of game types, by a small but highly-dedicated cadre of under-age and early-teen game enthusiasts: real-time-strategy, moderate-sized single-player RPGs, first-person shooters, and even the occasional hidden-picture or room-escape game (for when you just arenÂ’t sure where to click, and are tired of trying to figure it outÂ…)
We tried to have the adults test it for line-of-business applications, but they said they couldnÂ’t find any good uses for it, and kept wanting to Â“verifyÂ” the HyperSets that the kids made, so we actually have no idea if itÂ’ll help with that kind of stuff. Also, there are a lot of different ways to Â“recognizeÂ” mouse and keyboard input, and we limited it to a subset of these, so itÂ’s not guaranteed to work on every game, but we have done our best to make sure it will work on the vast majority of them.