My small server (Location Spain) to keep UT99 Alive

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Re: My small server (Location Spain) to keep UT99 Alive

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nickelo wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 5:51 pm
bratok wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 12:17 pm 1. Set the Deck-16 level (only!!!).
Only one map??, claustrophobic and bored..,
Interestingly a DM server with Deck16 only has been in the top 5 at Gametracker for a quite long time. Maybe it should be checked for bots pretending players?
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Re: My small server (Location Spain) to keep UT99 Alive

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bratok wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 12:17 pm I do not play anywhere for only one reason, everywhere deception.
Following that rule, don't go out on the street, they can rob you. :ironic2:
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UT Server in Spain, home served @ 1GB symmetrical fiber :rock: http://ut99server.kozow.com (The Black&Decker Server.)
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-Easy downloads, up to date, "ready to run" for friends in webpage of server.
-"Realistic" BOT configuration, autofill an adecuate amount of bot when you connect, good for practice, 10 humans allowed.
-MapVote, "t" and write "!vote" to test maps.
-More 300 Maps...
-UZ compression, faster downloads.
-UTStats 2 page.
Enjoy.
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Re: My small server (Location Spain) to keep UT99 Alive

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And without Antcheat ... hmmm ...I think that demand is for reason.
But it could be also for bandwidth limits.
Yeah...
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Re: My small server (Location Spain) to keep UT99 Alive

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Such things will be necessary for keeping UT99 alive, though it may not work well in all instances.

I largely don't play online anymore, and Fuzzy has told me some of my map edits don't work so well online; in particular the edits of the GardenOfDeath map for MH.

I suspect the game will keep being alive even after there is no more online play for it. After all, some people still play Pac-Man.
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