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Sean
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Video walkthrough:


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Step 1: Download Hamachi at: http://hamachi.en.softonic.com/download


Step 2: Install Hamachi.


Step 3: Turn on Hamachi by clicking on the power button.


Step 4: Click on the "Network" tab, and select "Create a new network..."


Step 5: Type in a name and password for your Hamachi server, it can be anything you want.


Step 6: Tell your friends to connect to your Hamachi server by selecting "Join an existing network..." in the "Network" tab and instruct them to fill in all your server details to join.


Step 7: Now that you've made your Hamachi server and your friend(s) have joined, run Slendytubbies, Select multiplayer and select your game-mode you want to play with your friends.


Step 8: If your friend is hosting the game, simply right click there name on Hamachi and select "Copy IPv4 Address..."  And paste it into the address bar (Ctrl+V) on Slendytubbies and click "Connect as victim".  If you are hosting the game, just select "Host as Victim (Or slendytubby in versus mode)" and tell your friends to follow this step.


Step 9: Have fun and enjoy the game! :D


Additional note: If you have any problems connecting to your friends game, please make sure that your friend has allowed access to the game through a public network (Not home).  This should pop-up as a notice once he/she hosts a game.


To change your entire Network from home/work to public, follow the instructions below:

1. Open the Control Panel (all items view), and click on the Network and Sharing Center icon.

2. Under Network, click on Public network.

3. If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes.

4. The network location has now been changed to Public. Click on Close.

5. When done, close the Network and Sharing Center.



Still having problems? Click here to find out how to allow slendytubbies to have public network access through firewall.



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~ZeoWorks

December 17, 2012 at 5:07 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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