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Pokémon3D is a recreation of the old Pokémon games Gold/Silver by Nintendo/GameFreak (but, of course this game has nothing to do with them ;) You're the hero of the game, and as usual, you want to be the best Pokémon trainer of all time. So let's go, visit some grass and catch, battle and defeat wild Pokémon, explore towns and routes in 3D, collect items and Pokémon, play with a friend in LAN co-op and much more. The game is currently under development and features are added frequently.

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[TUTORIAL] Hosting an Online CO-OP Server. (Games : Pokémon3D : Forum : Install/start the game : [TUTORIAL] Hosting an Online CO-OP Server.) Locked
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Dec 7 2012, 7:56pm Anchor

Step 1. Download portforward.com/help/setup_static_ip_address.htm software to set your computers static IP address.
Step 2. Set your main IP address (Should be called either Local Area Network, or Wireless Internet Connection) to a static value of anything you want. Just make sure it's not the same as anything else. Write down this number.
Step 3. Go to your internet browser, go to your routers IP address, in most cases, ''.
Step 4. Look for an Advance tab.
Step 5. Look for a Port Forwarding Tab, this could be named any of the following: NAT, Virtual Server, Gaming, Rules, Forwarding, Ports
Step 6. Add six new rules, make sure both UDP and TCP are selected, you might have to choose this in a drop menu. For each of these rules, set Forward to internal/IP/Computer to your static IP you set before.
Rule 1: Port 15124
Rule 2: Port 53249
Rule 3: Port 53250
Rule 4: Port
Restart your router, go to the game, click on the computer in your room, and press 'Host'.
Now anyone can connect to you by typing in your external IP address found at whatismyip.com.
Step 7. ?????
Step 8. Profi......hackers.

Dec 8 2012, 8:39am Anchor

Mines was a lil different from yours I had to click a different tab to get to my port forwarding. But I am confused on what to place in the internal and external ports any help please?


Edited by: Villainouz

Dec 8 2012, 9:03pm Anchor

Put the same thing in each one and make sure to tick the 'enabled' check box.
After this, start a multiplayer game and to check it's working, google 'open port check tool' and check the port 15124 is open whilst running a server.

Dec 8 2012, 11:57pm Anchor

Do you mean put the 15124 in both the internal and external and so on with the other 5?

Dec 9 2012, 6:49pm Anchor

Put each port the same for internal and external.

Dec 10 2012, 12:33pm Anchor

Alright thanks man! As soon as one of my friends gets home I'll see if it goes well.

Dec 11 2012, 3:29am Anchor

what does this do?

Dec 11 2012, 1:28pm Anchor

shortstuffff wrote:what does this do?

It allows players to connect to you ingame using just your external Ip address so you don't have to use hamachi or another LAN program.

Dec 27 2012, 3:06pm Anchor

Hm... i used Hamachi, but only one friend could connect... the other can't :cry:

Dec 30 2012, 4:28am Anchor

plsss send some video tutorial i dont understand this :(

Jan 2 2013, 7:20pm Anchor



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