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By Steve
#13924
Computer mice are cheap these days, and it's fairly easy to connect two or more mice to a computer. So why are there no games for multiple mice out there?

I can imagine all kinds of setups:
- A coordination game where you hold two mice, one in your left hand, one in your right hand.
- Challenging games where each competitor controls his or her own mouse.
- A collaboration game the player's movements are added up, so they need to coordinate with each other in order to not constantly miss the target.
By ripost
#14354
I agree! It should be possible to connect a second (left hand) mouse to the computer, so you had two pointers.
It would be fun to try - it could actually be more efficient than one.
By Eugene
#15668
You can do this, GlovePIE allows multiple cursors at once.

http://carl.kenner.googlepages.com/glovepie_download

I've been wondering why you need to have two computers to play a two player computer game. Why not connect two keyboards, two mice and have a split screen setup allowing multiple users to play on the same computer. It would correct the anti social nature of computer games.
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