Category Archives: Tutorials
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3-2-13: Initial release.
Recently, the game Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army was released. The game is fun, if that is, you enjoy doing headshots on zombies. Anyway, this is a Steam game, but it works great online.
See the video tutorial below. If you need a text tutorial, see the tunngle wiki here.
11-24-12: Initial release.
If you have Windows 7 or 8, you will need to use the MotioninJoy program, although it will still work fine for older operating systems.
Using the MotioninJoy program, you can connect your PS3 controller to the PC via bluetooth, but today’s tutorial will be focused strictly on the USB method, and in this case, using two PS3 controllers connected at same time to the same computer.
Using this method, I was able to play an NES emulator (JNES) with Battletoads and had two player local play. It was awesome!
1) Go download and install MotioninJoy. Visit website and download: Here
2) After it is installed, I want you to connect your PS3 controller(s). Now in the main screen, select your drivers and load them.
3) Afterwards, click the Profiles tab, and if all is well, you will see your PS3 controller(s) in the dropdown. Configure appropriately.
4) You know if all is well if you go to the Control Panel to configure your controllers, and you can map everything. below screenshot shows my control panel.
5) Then your PS3 controllers should be recognized in any game or other program. I am using JNES, which is an emulator program, and you can see that my PS3 controllers are available for usage.
So that’s it. Pretty easy, enjoy!
11-17-12: Initial release.
When I was growing up as a kid, one of the games I used to play all the time was Soldier of Fortune. At the time, the game was awesome because it was the first game of its kind to allow the user to shoot off limbs and body parts right off the body.
Want to blow off the arm? Go ahead. Maybe just a leg instead? Sure, go for it!
But now with modern machines, you may try to run the game, and it doesn’t work? It crashes? Well, I found a simple way to make the game work.
The steps are below:
1) Install game.
2) Install latest patch. Go to filefront.com to find latest files.
3) Now go into your Soldier of Fortune game folder. Make a copy of the SoF.exe and repaste it to make another copy. Rename the new file as mohaa.exe.
4) Now run the SoF.exe and play the game! Apparently, having the mohaa.exe for whatever reason allows the game to work. See screenshot below:
Hope that helps, enjoy!
10-31-12: Initial release.
Here is a very quick text tutorial of what you need to do in order to play Need for Speed Most Wanted Black Edition online using the tunngle program.
1) Install Need for Speed: Most Wanted
2) Download and Install Update 1.3
3) Go to your Game Installfolder and edit the “server.cfg” File
- Replace TRUST=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with TRUST=255.255.255.255
- Replace TRUST_MATCH=%%bind(“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”) with TRUST_MATCH=%%bind(“YourTunngleIP”)
- Replace ADDR=%%bind(“18.104.22.168″) with ADDR=%%bind(“YourTunngleIP”)
4) Join the Need for Speed: Most Wanted Network
5) Start the Game
- As Client: Go to “LAN Play” and join any Match
- As Host: If you are inside the Mainmenu, then go back to the Desktop and disable your Internet Adapter. Go back to Game and create your Server under “LAN Play”. Re-enable your Internet Adapter and wait for Tunngle reconnect, then you have to wait for Players to join your Server.
That’s it! Have fun!
10-7-12: Re-write of a long forgotten post brought up to 2012 standards.
Forewarning: This article is dark and deep. We are going to be going down a very dark rabbit hole, into a world where probably your mother, girlfriend, or perhaps society would shun you out of their lives if they knew what you are about to do.
I am not held responsible for whatever happens to your life, if you decide to follow this tutorial! – Versatile
12-26-09: Initial release. Be prepared to be happy. (Will add more as time goes on for sure.)
7-2-10: Added new note about sensors blocked.
11-24-10: Fixed link for download.
8-14-12: Fixed link for download.
Foreword: This tutorial shows the user how to play PSX backups on the fat or slim PS2 version 9 and above. Please note that this is meant only for legitimate PS1 (PSX) backups. I do not support piracy, nor is this tutorial meant for piracy means. – Versatile
The PS2 is a great console. After 9+ years, it is still going strong. With the new $99 price point, more and more people are getting the PS2 to play old school PS2 games. What better way to breathe more life into your PS2 than to play your precious Playstation 1 games? Why not backup those PS1 games, so you can enjoy the backups on your PS2 without destroying the original PS1 games? This guide is based off of Free McBoot implementation.
Foreword: This is an excellent tutorial that shows that the PS2 can be exploited in a non-conventional way. Yes, there is a way to play SNES methods on the PS2, but I did not realize NES roms can be played as well! All props go to author ICE, and I take no credit for this tutorial. Expect more of these to come in the future. ~ Versatile
Revisions: 11-30-09: Initial release.
[Update 12/1/09] Made critical changes on the button map of the FCEU port, Added link for NES roms and added a NOTE at the end.
[Update 12/2/09] changed the complexity of the title and made it easy to understand the concept.
[Update 12/21/09] Edited the whole tutorial and made it simpler.
[1-25-2010] Added Versatile1′s FMCB and the DVD decrypter tutorials.
[1-28-2010] Linked to the latest version of FCEU and added 2 troubleshooting notes.
Nintendo 8 bit, also known as NES, is the mother of all consoles. Now, wouldn’t it be nice if we could play those old classics on the PS2 using an emulator ???. Well, you have come to the right place because this tutorial might help you.
This is what you need:
1) A ps2, slim or fat.
2) A Modchip or Swap magic and The ULaunchELF CD.
Click Here to download the CD version of ULaunchELF.
Watch Versatile1′s DVD decrypter Video Tutorial, for a better understanding on how to burn the ULaunchELF CD.
(OR) A memory card exploited with Free Mcboot, which has ULaunchELF installed on it.
Watch Versatile1′s ‘How to install Free Mcboot’ Video Tutorial
3) A USB flashdrive or a USB External HD.
4) FCEUltra Emulator.Click Here to download ‘ps2fceu_093.zip’.
5) NES roms. You could get them from romnation.net or by using p2p clients.
This is what you do next:
Are you tired of the default Windows 7 Logon? Well I’m about to quickly show you how to change it like I did.
lets get stuck in:
1. Download the Windows 7 Logon Changer.
2. Extract and run the Win7LogonBackgroundChanger.exe file (or install it from the setup folder contained inside) .
3. Click on any of the available images in the preview bar at the top or click on Choose a folder to open and add images of your own to the preview bar to select from instead.
4. When you have selected the image you want click on the Apply this background button.
5. When it’s done, click on OK.
7. You’re log on screen is now changed. You can press Ctrl+Alt+Del to test it.
8. When done, close the Windows 7 Logon Background Changer program.
If you cannot read the text there is also options to make the text brighter or darker, a little bid of fiddling might be required to get the best results.
And there you go, I know this is a small post but a handy one at least.
9-26-09: Initial release
1-1-10: Added more hints. Removed youtube video until I upload the new one.
4-8-11: Added dropbox link. Added video tutorial!
11-25-12: Rewrote the whole guide, added new video link. All discussion about Chinese program is removed
When I initially wrote this blog post, I had a tutorial referencing a Chinese program that allowed you to play 1vs1. The problem with that program was that it was not stable, and it wouldn’t work right all the time.
Since 2009, I have found a GFWL keygen file that allows you to take various GFWL games and play them online. Rather than go through all the steps, everything that you need to know is at the Pastebin link below, and I have also pasted my youtube video as well. Enjoy!