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Coca-Cola

[130.Pz.]A.Aussen

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28th August 2006

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#1 14 years ago

I've played MOHAA on a friend's computer before and I swear there was a way to gather server info for internet games. I've just installed MOHAA (don't have any ex-packs) and the only options I have are the LAN Game and Internet Game. When I go under Internet Game I can either quit and launch GameSpy's website, or I can type in an IP address. If I remember properly, isn't there suposed to be another option somewhere in there about connecting to another service (in-game). I remember a screen a lot like the LAN options, with name, server, game type, ping, and all that jazz. I havn't patched yet, but I played like 2 years or so ago when I don't think there was a patch anyway. What's going on? Thanks in advance, Mako




Gift

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#2 14 years ago

Yes it's true. I think it's because you did (or have) installed GameSpy (wich i really hate). I use ASE and i dont have your problem. I can also search internet games.




arc_117

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#3 14 years ago

Did you install the 1.11 patch? The original version of mohaa (1.0) does not have the in game server browser, you need that patch to get it. Edit: should have read better, you didn't patch, so that's the problem. You can get the patch on numerous download sites (prolly this one too), just google on "mohaa 1.11 patch" make sure you have the patch for the right (language) version.