If your game is not yet supported, don't worry: you have a few options to choose from:
Join the Hypetrigger Discord, and post a message in the
#feature-requests channel. While you're there, you can also check
#custom-configs to see if another user has contributed a config for the game you're looking for.
Custom game configfrom the games dropdown
Add triggerbutton on the bottom of the list
For a more technical approach, you can inspect and author your own JSON config files instead of using the GUI. Check out the
hypetrigger-configs Github repo for more information.
If your custom config works well, consider posting it on Discord
#custom-configs. You can post the exported JSON along with the name of the game, and other users can import your settings into their app.
Periodically, the best custom configs from the community are chosen to be included in the default config pack that comes with the app. If you choose to share your config and it makes the cut, you'll get a shoutout in the patch notes and everyone will benefit from your work.
This community-driven approach is what allows Hypetrigger to support a wide variety of games and use cases.