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Games for Hamachi Netplay
We love playing multiplayer games as much as you do, and presently, we offer 8 games that have online capabilities! Indicated in the quicklist is also the game's type and maximum number of players it supports. Remember that each game's netplay functions differently, so make sure you read any instructions available on how to use that game's netplay.
Games with Formal Entires on Other Pages
Official Games Page
* Scarlet Weather Rhapsody (Fighting, 2P)
* Unthinkable Natural Law (Fighting, 2P)
* Phantasmagoria of Flower View (Shooting, 2P)
* Touhou Hack & Slash (kinda Roguelike-ish, 8P)
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Madoka Magica: Grief Syndrome (with GSO)
Year of Release: 2011
Publisher: Tasogare Frontier
Hamachi Room: Watercolor World
[Z]: Weak Attack / Confirm
[X]: Strong Attack / Cancel
[A]: Special Attack
[Q] / [Esc]: Pause
Homura, Kyouko, Madoka, Mami, Sayaka
Other Stuff You'll Wanna Know
* A common thing that's forgotten: If you're 2P or 3P in a multiplayer game, you must confirm once 1P goes to the Character Select screen in order to get your cursor to appear for the first time.
Ace's GriefSyndrome Guide (Ver.2.2)
Download (Part 1 | Part 2)
Pocket Tanks Deluxe
Type: Tank Battle Game
Year of Release: Unknown
Version 1.6 (295 Weapons; includes the recently-released Fire, Ice, Space, Energy, and Plasma weapon packs.) See below "How to Enable Online Play" for a list of new weapons bestowed by these packs.
How to Enable Online Play
By default, the game supports local LAN play, but by taking one easy extra step, you can enable wireless (internet) LAN play, so you can play with others on Hamachi. You'll see why I couldn't do this for you when you read it:
* After running Pocket Tanks at least once, it will create a settings folder in your My Documents folder (My Documents -> My Games -> Pocket Tanks Deluxe); open it, open the file "pt.cfg" with Notepad, and change the line
then save and close.
Doing that enables the game to host/find not only games on computers you're physically connected to, but also games with those you're on the same Hamachi network(s) with.
Ice Pack (5): Ice Crush, Liquid Nitrogen, Flash-Freeze, Avalanche, Snowdrift.
Fire Pack (5): Bonfire, Eruption, Blaze, Heat Lamp, Zinger.
Plasma Pack (5): Plasma Orb, Bubble Gun, Star Cruiser, Lock-Box, Carbon Crawler.
Space Pack (15): Space Cannon, Pulsar, Scrambler, Laser Grenade, Gyrobots, Badger, Pot 'o Gold, Crackdown, Glacier, Paddle Ball, Tidal Wave, Pounder, Frostbite, Explode-a-Tron, Excavator.
Energy Pack (15): Energy Spike, Laser Net, Tachyon Beam, Fire Wall, Freeze Ray, Buzz Bots, Wildfire, Robotic Worm, Hot Spring, Mirror Ball, Twist Rockets, Black Forest, Rubber Paint, Yo-Yo, Cavern.
What This Is: You and your opponent each alternately choose your 10 weapons from a randomly-selected stash of 20 before the match, then take turns firing at each other; whomever scores more points at the end of the 10-volley exchange wins. There is a wide variety of weapons, from those that score high due to a need for accuracy, to those that assure a little scoring through having an area of effect, to dirt-slinging "weapons" that bury the enemy tank, or dig tool "weapons" that can un-bury you easily.
Some Further Info: You cannot blow up your opponent entirely; tanks don't have HP in this game - it's all about score. Hitting your opponent accurately scores high, but if you're in a weird situation, try not to hit yourself with your own attacks - doing that subtracts points from your score (though your score can't go negative, you can lose what you have).
Weapons: This download contains all the currently-available weapon packs, for a total of 295 weapons.
Other Settings: Whether playing online or not, you can vary gameplay further by being able to set things like explosion sizes, wind strength and variance, and even create a list of weapons that games you host will not use (what I like to call the "Forbidden List;" any weapons you put on it will never appear on the Weapon Shop screen). (If you're a client, you can view the Enabled/Forbidden lists before confirming that you'd like to join the match.)
Nanopa (aka Nanopon)
Type: Puzzle Battle Game (Match-Type)
Year of Release: 2009
Publisher: Trump House
* This game is entirely mouse compatible:
-> Menu options can be clicked.
-> Just as you can use touch-screen compatibility with DS "Puzzle League," gameplay in this game can be done entirely with the mouse, hovering for panel selection and left-clicking & dragging to move panels around (supports dragging one panel the entire way across the board in one swift move). To raise the stack, right-click and hold.
* This game is also controller compatible.
-> Keys can be set in the Config -> Key menu.
* This game is, of course, keyboard compatible.
-> Don't know the keys at the moment, but you should go configure them anyway.
Network Menu Translations
* Desired Port
* Host's IP
Differences in Feel
* The keyboard/controller controls feel a tiny bit more rigid, feeling just a little more like a spinoff/flash version game. (Not necessarily a bad thing, as I know some players prefer more rigid controls in a game like this.)
* The mouse controls are very nice, and feel quite good.
* The panel drop timing and garbage transformation timing feels a little different. (Again, not necessarily in a good or bad way, just different.)
What This Is: Ever play "Tetris Attack," "Panel De Pon," or "Pokemon Puzzle League?" This is exactly the same thing (only this time around, it features characters from "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha"). It looks decent, plays nicely, and most importantly, it has online versus play.
Difficulty Availability: Story Mode comes with Easy, Normal and Hard difficulties, and these are considerably more difficult than their predecessor's counterparts; I played on Normal, and after a 4-minute battle, the first opponent, Hayate, eventually wiped me out. (I can clear "Pokemon Puzzle League" on V-Hard, so this was quite a shock to me.) -Ace
Voice Acting & Story: Although the sound effects are per-character, and there are voice clips announcing attacks and stuff (as you'd expect from a game like this), the actual text conversations are dots; apparently, the game's creators knew the story wasn't going to matter one bit, so they didn't bother. XD (They were right, of course, so it's not exactly a huge problem, given that all the in-game menus other than the Network menus are in English.)
Network Play: This game comes with its own built-in Netplay! Pick that, then whether you're Hosting or joining as a Client; the game will give a window asking for information (see the menu translations to the left).