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Tunngle Editor's Review
Make your gaming more enjoyable with this Windows based gaming tool.
Let's face it. Gaming is a lot more fun when you play with people you like. Not every networkable game supports gaming across the internet, though. This is one of the reasons why I like Tunngle. It’s a network gaming utility for Windows.
Tunngle makes multiplayer games enjoyable, regardless of your location. Tunngle is a P2P VPN gaming client, enabling LAN party mode via the Internet. Any game with a built-in LAN mode, whether old or new, can be played over the internet through Tunngle.
In order to accomplish its magic, Tunngle installs a VPN driver. The driver is included with the app. There isn't a separate executable for this. The VPN driver is required for use with the Tunngle network. The app also requires you to create a free network account in order to access its resources.
The app's main display has active networks on the left hand side, as well as under the Community tab. Tunngle comes with a number of these already active, of course. A double click can get you going. For users who know the games they are looking for, searching for an active game is easy.
The app also supports Calendar Dates The integrated event calendar helps you find and remind you of scheduled game. The app's Network settings and optics adjustments can be found under the System tab. Here you can configure options for your network router, as well audio settings and the app's general look and feel.
Pros: Play any networkable game over the internet, Player blacklist support, community forums, free.
Cons: documentation is difficult to understand.
Conclusion: Tunngle is a decent app, once you figure out how to use it. The basic version is free. Evaluating it, however was difficult, as the publisher's first language is not English; and the translator software they used did a horrible job with all of their documentation.
Tunngle Publisher's Description
Tunngle is free virtual private network (VPN) software and allows any interested parties to extend their local area network (LAN) to include computers at remote locations around the world. It is a secure network that behaves like a LAN when it comes to hosting and joining multi-player games that support a local network style of game play. Your LAN party...Read more
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