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What type of games server you use !
My gaming days gone since 10 years or so , last online PC game I played were CS 1.5 and CS source , that's it . that time I was playing on server that's holds 20'ish players online ,
when I checked the game files I found server host executable file allows me to host the game on my PC (sure I didn't do it) .
I have couple Linux VPS's , if I want to create server for some popular game do I need to run it via wine/mono . or their is betters ways !
we use LinuxGSM. With this You can setup multiple Gameserver at server. The install is done in few minutes
The thing what left in linuxgsm is an gui, for maps and other.
Thanks , the list list looks good , but missing some titles , I'll give it try soon , and see how's thing goes .
Better way is Linux native and open source (if possible).
On a dedicated server of course.
You need to pick stud hamsters for 24 hours spinning.
That's the most important part.
do you have suggesting for popular game !
@deank as long the end is not nigh yet , the hamster will live happy
Didn't play for years, no idea what's popular now.
Tetris is the best game.
Or the 3D variant, Blockout.
I was never huge into gaming but I did enjoy playing the original Call of Duty multiplayer. Custom Sniper maps.
honesty I miss this days games were so simple and we were happy to play it . @eol me too CS 1.6 is last online game I remember , I guess PUBG is on the trend now days +fortnight I'll do more checking and ill start with one game .
I'm on Counter-Strike 1.6 to this day, the only game I can never get bored of. Obviously not nearly as big as it was back in the day, but there actually is a lot of people still playing it.
I've used Opengamepanel previously when I hosted game servers across the world, worked for us perfectly.
I am too old now, but I played a lot Quake III Arena, and enjoyed its revival with their web browser based version: Quake Live.
Me too, but I switched to free and opensource Nexuiz/Xonotic later on.
Games servers I actively support:
Game servers I have previously hosted:
The servers I currently host are using Pterodactyl panel with custom modules I developed to support the game servers (warband and holdfast). Only servers not hosted in a panel is the Ark server which uses ark-server-tools.
I use game panel GameAP for CS:S v34 servers.
Come fight me bro.
I defy you at Puyo Puyo / Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine.
I am a big fan of all Tetris-like games, but for some reasons, I always had a hard time with Dr. Mario. To me, the best ever Tetris-like, is Puyo Puyo, which was westernized as "Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine", which is an evolution of Columns.
Dr. Mario is pretty close to Puyo Puyo, only incredibly simplified. I really loved Columns, and still doo. Tetris was always a weaker option because although you had more shapes, all you had to do was line them up in a row.
There is still the factor of speed (and input lag).