Talk:Multiplayer

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Someone is editing and removing some infromation from the wiki... I find it very annoying having to re-add what I have added ~ Flame

Personally, I wouldn't add information until a few weeks later. If it's _STILL_ interesting, then go ahead and add it. -Mystic 15:36, 26 March 2007 (PDT)

I still kinda think that the "Other Gametypes" section just seems to be free advertising of sorts. I mean, Hide and Seek is the same thing as Tag, and Dive to your Doom is just Match. Also add to the fact that there's only one level (that I know of) for each of these "gametypes", which in my opinion is no where near enough to warrant its own section in the Gametypes section. It seems to me like people are just putting them there to advertise those wads. I wouldn't mind the information being in the articles about the wads, but I really don't think they belong in the Gametypes section. That section should be limited to gametypes supported by SRB2, not these "invented gametypes". -FuriousFox

The original reasoning is that both of those modes were rather popular for a period of time. Hide and Seek is allowed on the master server as a legitimate way to play, and Diving mode was almost added into SRB2 itself around Demo 3-4, if I recall. It's not "free advertising" as much as a history of what people made up to do in SRB2. -Mystic 22:49, 27 March 2007 (PDT)

Exactly. Basically, if it's a legitimate & legal gametype on the master server that caught on for even a short amount of time, it gets added here, if for nothing else than historical purposes. There's no point in being picky about what goes here as long as it's legal and an explanation as to how the game is played is given. ~DarkWarrior

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This should be moved to "netgame", without the plural -Mystic 03:31, 16 April 2006 (CDT)

Somebody forgot to write an article on Tag mode =P -Spazzo

If I could figure out how points are scored I could.Its not a popular mode, I've only seen one netgame with it. -Raz

Yeah, the Master Server and Joining/Hosting a Netgame should be moved to netgame. –SonicMaster 14:26, 27 October 2007 (PDT)

And I just did it. ^_^ –SonicMaster 14:30, 27 October 2007 (PDT)

Should something about LAN be mentioned?

All it has is Splitscreen, and Online. I'm not sure if you would count LAN as the second category or not, but it should be metnioned somehow, I jsut don't know how. ~Kaysakado  •  Talk  •  23:46, 5 February 2009 (UTC)