Follow this link and download the driver's most recent disk-image.
Open the. Scroll through the driver's messy download page till you see this, and click the link for the disk image. If you're using a wired controller, this is as easy as plugging it into your Mac's USB port. For wireless, plug in the USB receiver, turn on your controller, and hold the Connect buttons on both devices until a connection is established.
If you want to monitor the driver, open the System Preferences pane and click on "Xbox controllers" in the bottom row. Select your controller in the "Device" drop-down menu and press a few buttons on it. The diagram on the screen should light up accordingly.
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A few Mac games are accommodating enough that they'll recognize your connected controller, and might even let you pick your own control scheme. If this works, you can forget Gamepad Companion because you won't need it and skip right down to our very last step. Halo should have no trouble with your controller once the driver's installed.
And while we haven't tested this, Feral Interactive has hinted at support for the driver in Bioshock. Unfortunately, lots of Mac games force their default control schemes on us, and we hardly expected a shareware driver to be immediately compatible with every game. However, with AirPlay mirroring, HDMI cable support, and a bunch of new games showing up for the Mac platform along their Windows brethren, there are times when a console style controller is a better alternative. Being able to sit on the couch and play our favorite Mac games has a lot to recommend it, and using an Xbox controller is fairly easy to set up.
This driver will let your Mac talk to the Xbox controller, and vice versa. Once downloaded, mount the disk image with a double click on the. Follow the prompts, just like any other OS X installer, to install the driver software. Now, plug in the Xbox wired controller.
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