Just click on the link a couple of posts up. It will give you the option to install the software.Daystar said:Could you please post a link to this Lan Bridger app, and give better details on how to set up NCG to work with it!
Thanks, and I am curious if I can connect.
I get my 40mb connection on Tuesday, so maybe I will try hosting next week.Majatek said:As soon as I get proper internet (ie: fibre optics) installed, I'll give it a shot as well. I live in Tasmania (the little dot beneath the right corner of Australia), so if I have a respectably low ping, then it should work just fine for (mostly) everyone else as well seeing as I'm the closest guy living to the south pole.
Assuming of course you live in America or Europe.
When LAN is fully finish by Bugbear, it a good chance we can use Tunngle. But by then, we maybe be testing NCG multiplayer with Steamworks.Miau said:
Are you sure it didn't work? It could just be you didn't find a room because we already started playing.Miau said:
I am assuming the game will have proper multiplayer via the Steam API, so VPN software will not be required. At the moment it's a fudge to trick the game into thinking the games are on LAN. LAN mode would have more bandwidth available and not need to be optimized as much, which is why it might well be laggy when played online. At least it gives us an idea of how much fun the game can be in multiplayer though.Purple44 said:When LAN is fully finish by Bugbear, it a good chance we can use Tunngle. But by then, we maybe be testing NCG multiplayer with Steamworks.Miau said:
LAN right now is just bare bones.