none of those work with a lan
i'm hosting a lan party and want to give some trainers to noobs so they can play with more advance gamers
1) Use DirectIP to join the game.
2) Open a Recorded Game and find the one that says something other than the date. These are by the game's BETA tester Maimin Matty and were put in to train the noobs up. Trainers to run in-game will most likely mess up system files, it is not pretty when it happens.
The DirectIP works over the internet, so make sure everyone has a decent connection. If that somehow doesn't work, try hosting a game on the MSNGameZone. You will have to register (it's free) and then install the (free) download they give you. Everyone will need an original CD to play, copies don't seem to work even with Alcohol 120%.
are there any places where i can download videos of played games. i want to learn strategies and other tricks by watching videos.
i'll send 25 frih to jak and also some to couple other of you
The Zone closed down? I haven't tried to play it for years, ever since I started working to help host LANparties in my area. Fact of life: if you have to use a trainer to survive online gameplay you need to go play single player. Sorry, but that's how it is. Practice.
Incedentaly, DirectIP was designed to game over the internet between specific computers. Considering it works when I start a LAN Halo server and call my friend who lives quite a ways away and can then log into my LAN game, I think it works. Make sure you are using the IP that the game reads you as, some games add their own extentions to your IP address.