Revisions: Initial Release. I expect in the future to have these networks reduced again. When L4D 2 comes out, expect the hamachi networks to get popular again.
Foreword: On June 16th, many of the hamachi networks for L4D will be taken offline for good, due to lack of activity. If you want to still play online in Hamachi through our underground network, you can still do that. Go near the bottom of the article for the network names and passwords. ~ Versatile
For the past few months, I have come to a revelation. Hamachi is a great tool when used correctly. When Left 4 Dead first came out, people were dying to figure out how to play this game online with other people. I started off in January 2009, and I had no idea about this Garena.com. From January through April, I played contently with Hamachi. Suddenly, someone asked me to make a tutorial about Garena, and although I was a bit reluctant in the beginning, I did it anyway. The rest is history.
Fast forward to present time. A lot of people have moved onto Garena to get their quick L4D fix (or whatever game). Unfortunately, that makes the remaining underground hamachi networks for L4D very empty. I understand that there are some people who cannot make Garena work (for whatever reason) and are requesting that I keep the hamachi networks online for their sake.
This is what we will do then. Discontinue the Voltaire networks (they weren’t popular anyway), and I will keep open these networks:
- L4D Underground
- L4D Underground 2
- L4D Underground 3
- L4D Troubleshooting
- The password for all these networks = l4d
My L4D Is Updated and L4D Central hardly gets any activity, and I will be discontinuing it. If you are against this plan, then voice your concern in the comments. Thanks for your cooperation.
If you can, I suggest you move to Garena as there are people playing literally day and night, in all timezones. Hamachi has a lack of people, and organizing a game is not very fun when there is hardly anyone on.
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