When you play video games, there is a good chance that you also have a strong belief about how people should play video games. There doesn't seem to be too many methods to choose from but we have all of our favorites. Maybe you are an unbeatable protector of traditional mouse and keyboard. Maybe you've used an Xbox controller for the rest of your life. You can play all your games on one touch screen. No matter what you think, all of these options will look good when beaten by someone controlling the game in these ten ways.
With Fruit And Vegetables
Mothers everywhere tell their children that they are eating, but for some, this advice does not apply. Then came people like BOOM, LLC Robotater, who turned the food game into an art form. As in, he plays with his food. To do this, he wired sensors with a few slices of potato, each individual potato block corresponding to an action in the game. If you push your finger on a rusty potato, your character can attack, and gently touching a King Edward will cause your character to move forward. He even wrote a Steam Guide for anyone wishing to use Spuds to explore Skyrim or score goals in the Rocket League. BOOM is not alone. For some people it is common to control games with fruits and vegetables. For example, streamer Rudeism designed a banana-based control scheme to play Overwatch.  Appropriately, he plays Winston, a loving banana, a delicate gorilla. He says he tried to do the setup using peanut butter (Winston's favorite food), but it turned out to be a bad conductor. A player named ATwerkingYoshi set up his bananas and finished the game immediately with 62 dead. As this article clearly points out, beating Dark Souls with strange controller setups is a kind of passing ritual. To defeat the boss by banging on some bananas, however, must be the best.
9 With Musical Instruments
This is the original. The classic. The odd controller game started with them all. Of course we are talking about the guy who ended Dark Souls with a guitar. In the quiet past of 2014, a modest young man named Bearzly forever secured Internet fame by beating this generation's most notoriously difficult game of nothing more than a fighter band of rock band and more determination than the average Olympian. He successfully mapped the entrance to the game with fret keys, effects switches, the whammy bar, and "Star Power" guitar detector. No wonder he is fast without the keys to which he can assign actions. Finish the last run without blocking, make heavy attacks, move diagonally, or even pan the camera to the right. However, his run lasted only 11 hours, and the last boss made only three attempts to defeat him.
Unable to rest his laurels, Bearzly began to wonder what other musical instruments he could navigate in the infernal world of the dark soul. He chose the drums because it is a timeless instrument that has been playing since time immemorial. In particular, he chose the plastic bongos in which Donkey Kong played the rhythm game Donkey Konga. Why not? The problem with DK Bongos is that they only have five possible keystrokes (six if you count the ability to clap your hands). Six entries is hardly enough to move your character, let alone defeat the game. The creative answer is to create three different "control states", which can be changed by simultaneously pressing multiple buttons. This resulted in a total of 18 theoretical buttons that could play the game. It took almost a month to develop the software that allowed the drummer to work as a controller, but it only took him five and a half hours to beat the game. It's faster than most normal gamepads can do. At this point, it gets ridiculous as people turn to strange musical instruments. How about a DJ turntable? That's definitely impossible, right?
With A Fishing Rod
We move away from the dark and boring armor of the Dark Souls. Let's talk about something more colorful. Something better. Let's talk more about lipstick. A counter-strike player named Chloe Desmoineaux has developed a system called Lipstrike using the same Makey Make-Up kit that was used to turn bananas into joysticks.  The concept is simple: Applying lipstick controls the game using electronic sensors attached to the lipstick tube. While using a mouse for tricky details like carrying on and aiming, any murder he experiences happens only through the power of make-up. Desmoineaux had the idea of ??picking up the stereotype "lipstick for girls, war games for boys". "Lipstrike is a comic version that aims to challenge these two ideas while showing Desmoineaux's creative knowledge, but of course the big drawback is that any match can look like a Heath Ledger Joker, but it's a low price for the profit.
With Their Mouth
Rocky NoHands is the Twitch user of Rocky Stoutenburgh, paralyzed from the neck up to the age of 19 in an accident. Now he's running professionally on the unknown player's battlefields, and he's just doing it with his mouth. He uses a quad-stick, a device designed to help paralyzed players to blow, suck and make their way to success. Although Rocky sounds as natural as eating a knife with a knife, he regularly wins solo victories in a game that requires lightning reflexes and a perfect target. Keep in mind that a typical match is made up of 100 players and that each of these players regularly loses face to a person who controls the game in his lungs. It only took him three days to design the layout, and even certain actions of the game were not possible. To shoot, he hits the middle hole of the sticks while you bend and sip the left and middle holes at the same time.
With Their Dance Moves
So far, none of these control systems has been physically active. They are difficult, creative, mentally exhausting and confusing, but you do not have to be physically fit. Here, a guy named Jayce plays. He describes himself as a "dance player" and uses dance blocks from the Dance Dance Revolution arcade game. These jokes manipulated by a jury were used to make noise about conventional platforms. He has made his way into games like Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario World and Yoshi's Island and there is no indication that he will stop soon. He was forced to use two dance mats at the same time to access all the necessary controls. In more delicate sections, he regularly danced on all fours, as in the busiest twister game in the world. Some amazing souls use the same setup to defeat Dark Souls III. Because they did it, of course.
With A Bow And Arrow
We have already talked about the rudeness and the incredible power of using a banana as a gorilla. Which of the other theme control features can it reach? What about archers and control of Hanzo's bow?  This is not a particular control of the shape of the bow and arrow. It is a toy bow that has been modified so that its mechanical movements correspond to the actions of the game. Pull the cord in real life and Hanzo catches the cord on the screen. If you lose an arrow, your virtual opponent will be nailed. Not surprising? What if he also used a dance floor to control the movements of his character? If he wants to move left, seals his left foot. If he wants to move forward, he sets his foot. He assembled a system of dance blocks and arrows Nerf of the jury, in which he became basically his character and performed exactly the same movements and actions as his avatar.
Upside Down (Or Even Blindfolded)
LobosJr is the only person on this list who controls games in the traditional way. He sat on a couch, a controller in his hand, pressing the buttons until he reached the match. He usually plays the game, in other words. That is, if you exclude the fact that he played them.  Unfortunately, he did not even hold his head and blood ran into his head. Instead, the image on the screen is changed by the mods. The most immediate problem is the confusing and annoying graphics, but there is another problem. The controls themselves are now upside down, from right to left. The movement and camera controls are the opposite of what they were, which is more confusing since the sky is now the ground. A bad race is just one of the many strange ways that LobosJr plays in his own senses when he plays. Before that, she posted a video in which she played blindfolded Dark Souls. , and do not hurt it. It relies heavily on memorization and audio signals to navigate the world. Think of it as a bat with an echolocation, but instead of catching the ads, it kills the demons.
With Their Feet
Stevie Rex has TAR, an extremely rare genetic disease that causes her to have no bones in her arms. He would not be able to hold a fighter or press the keys with his hands, but he never gave up his dream of playing MMOs. Fortunately, he has a hidden weapon: his feet.  Steve plays on MMO Final Fantasy XIV with nothing more than a standard controller and his two feet. Playing a normal game will be pretty hard on your feet. A game like FFXIV, where you have to instantly access dozens of different abilities, should be impossible. Stevie's success is made possible by the game's cross bar system. Cross Bar uses shoulder buttons to switch between different bar skills. The Bar Bar is supposed to make the game playable on consoles, but there is an accidental client. With a few knobs, Stevie can use the crossbar to adequately control the intense struggle of the game with her feet. The story of Stevie was published after posting a video in which he thanked the game's designers, Square Enix, in appreciation for the choice he had made to play the game he wanted. It was a small change, but it changed the quality of a man's hobby.