I use Hamachi a lot for WC3 games between friends. Less hassle of signing in, joining a game, waiting for people to load, etc.
Looks nice, but I'll wait for the english version to come out.
Best feature = Class C emulation.
How was my post bad reading!?
Could someone people tell me where in this thread it says when this is coming out in english
Thank you :)
for the first time i say i love germans but i wait for the english version this ganna be alot better then hamachi we need a global facepunch server on it
OHJESUS TITTY FURK!
I'd love to do some Doom 3 coop and see if this actually works. :D
To be honest, it looks more complex
Hah, now it can't even login.
It seems to be stuck at "Installiere neun Adapter". Does this just take fucking forever or is it broken?
Screw this, I'll just use hamachi.
Go ahead and try getting games to work with Hamachi on 64 Bit Vista and Windows 7, with Tunngle you just install, create an account, join a channel and that's it, I can guarantee you will not get most games working with Hamachi on 64 Bit without some major messing around.
The program is still in BETA, if you have a problem, browse their forum for a solution (as they do have answers to alot of the common problems), do not immediately crap yourself and run back to Hamachi, give it a chance. I made this thread to tell people about it, if you have technical problems, the Tunngle forum is where to go.
I'll wait when it goes English.
Here's a better idea - you've shown the alternative, let the end-user decide which they prefer. Stop trying to badger people into using this.
Besides, I have Hamachi installed on 64-Bit Vista, and it works fine. All I had to change to fix a weird bug (in Vista, not Hamachi) was rename my Main Network Adapter to start with an earlier letter than "H" - Vista was setting priority based on alphabetical order. :P
I can confirm that IPX does not work in Vista, again, Microsoft's doing - they removed IPX support entirely. So Tunngle does have that advantage, but that's all.
I don't see how you are getting Hamachi working with alot of the games on 64 Bit Vista either, are you just playing one or two games that have been known to work on 64 Bit with Hamachi in the first place? Try a game like Supreme Commander and its expansion or Crysis, SupCom (FA) is certain to not work and i'm pretty sure Crysis doesn't either, neither does HAWX.
Hamachi works fine in 64-bit for me. :|
I don't see how the program not working because it constantly complains about ports is mentioned in the OP.
I use hamachi to circumvent the whole chore of forwarding god damn ports, so Tunngle is basically useless.
How does one add friends to a game lobby?
Does this allow XP users to host a server and have Vista users connect? Because with Hamachi my friend with Vista always had to host, which made everything more complicated.
Man, I think I'd rather just wait for full english than decipher something which I got a D in at GCSE's.
(All I took from it was "I fucked your mother in the arse with a violin.")
So all me and a friend would have to do is both join a lobby, both start up synergy, and one of us start a server, and we can automatically see our friends server?
Cool thanks :keke:
Cool thanks :keke:
Wow, this worked incredibly. Thank you so much for showing me this, OP!
Final conclusion, Hamachi is better and I'll stick with that.
Tuungle is just a german, buggy version of hamachi with login and friends and browsers which aren't really essential.
Hamachi is just a simple VPN software.
I'm not going to maintain this thread anymore due to ignorant trolls like the post right above me, Hamachi does not work with 90% of games on 64 Bit Vista and Windows 7, the guys a OpenVPN and Tunngle will tell you this, even the creators of Hamachi will tell you this if you ask them directly, but you can keep up the wishful thinking, "I can play this game so every game must work! "
Please stop posting bullshit if you haven't tried it and gave it a chance.
Why is all the bbcode in the first post broken? :s