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Battlezone 2:
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Разработчик:Pandemic Studios
Издатель:Activision
ISO статус:релиз состоялся 30 декабря 1999 года
Жанры:Action (Shooter) / Strategy (Real-time) / Simulator (Futuristic veh.) / 3D / 1st Person
Похожие игры:Battlezone (1998), Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy
Multiplayer:(8) LAN, Internet

Даты выхода игры

вышла в 1999 г.

Hint [ENG]

Информация актуальна для
Tips for Battlezone 2 Multiplayer

   This document was written by Nathan Mates, email nathan@visi.com. As
   this document may be updated over time, please do not copy out its
   contents to other websites. A link to
   http://www.visi.com/~nathan/bz2/nettips.html is acceptable. Note: this
   information is NOT provided as an official source; please refer to the
   game manual for that. Please do not call or email Tech Support for
   help with anything contained below.

   For the official BZ2 discussion boards, please see
   http://www.pandemicstudios.com/bzii/, or Activision's website at
   http://www.activision.com/.

   Version 1.0. Last Updated: January 2, 2000.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Ports, Firewalls, IPMasq/NAT/Internet Connection Sharing

   Battlezone2's network traffic runs under TCP/IP only. By default, it
   uses UDP ports 17770 and 17771. If you have a firewall in place
   between your computer and the network, you will have to allow traffic
   to freely travel in both directions along those ports. Consult the
   documentation for the firewall to allow that to happen.
                                        
   If you are using some sort of address-translation setup
   (IPMasq/NAT/Internet Connection Sharing), and are having troubles
   connecting to games, first check firewall settings. Additionally, you
   may want to manually forward traffic on the BZ2 ports to the computers
   in question. Once again, consult the documentation for your setup.
     _________________________________________________________________

  In-game chat

   While you can chat in Battlezone 2 from the non-pausing escape-screen,
   it's faster and easier to simply hit , type what you want to say, and
   hit again.
     _________________________________________________________________

  In-game score info

   Control+Enter while playing BZ2 Multiplayer (though not with the
   Escape screen up) toggles the in-game score info on/off.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Chat commands

   While there's a lot of commands that you can execute with the GUI, at
   any of the 3 chatlines (shell, in-game Escape screen, in-game
   activated by 'Enter') have a number of commands that can be executed.
   Type "/help" (no "s) on a line by itself to see the mini-help, or use
   this list of commands.

   For commands that have a required parameter, it is marked below in
   []s; an optinal parameter is in {}s.

   * /help
          Shows mini-help for most chat commands

   * /list
          Shows a list of players. It will look something like this:

Players in game:
C: (0) GSH [Local] [Server]

          The 'C:' up front identifies them as a team commander (if
          applicable). Next is a number in parentheses before the
          playername; it can be used as a shortcut to that player's name
          if you'd rather not type it out, e.g. "/info 0" or "/info GSH"
          will do the same thing. Finally, the local player (you) is
          identified, as well as the server by optional tags.

   * /info [Name/ID#]
          Shows info on a particular player. You must follow this command
          with either the player name, or the player number identifier.
          This command will have output like this:

Info on (0) Name: GSH [Local] [Server]
  Ping: 0 Deaths: 0 Kills: 0
  Commander of TeamGroup 1

          The info presented above should be self-explanatory.

   * /pinglist
          Shows ping times to all players. The pingtime is the average
          round-trip time in milliseconds for packets to get to the
          server and back. Thus, a ping of 500 is 1/2 of a second.

   * /leave {Explanation}
          Leaves the game. If an explanation message is also on that
          command line, it will be sent to all first.

   * /msg [Name/ID#] [Text]
          Sends a private message to the specified player. This is always
          sent to just that player, no matter what the Chat with
          All|Team|One is set to. Private messages appear on the sender's
          chat window as follows:

-> GSH: This is a private message sent to GSH

          and on the receiving end as:

GSH ->: This is a private message sent from GSH

   * /kick [Name/ID#] {Explanation}
          A server-only command; it removes that player from the game
          asap. An explanation may be given on the line, but it's not
          necessary.

   * /nick [NewName]
          Changes your in-game name to the new name specified. Spaces are
          not allowed in names, and the server may correct your name for
          legality and/or uniqueness.

   * /lockdown
          A server-only command; it prevents anyone from joining. Same
          functionality as the 'Joins: Deny' button in the shell and
          escape screen.

   * /openjoin
          A server-only command; it reverses the /lockdown and allows
          anyone to join. [Subject to passwords, player limits, etc].
          Same functionality as the 'Joins: Deny' button in the shell and
          escape screen.

   * /chatall
          Sets further chat messages to be sent to all players in the
          game. Same functionality as the 'Chat with All' interface
          buttons.

   * /chatall
          Sets further chat messages to be sent to all teammates. If
          teamplay is off, this setting acts like 'Chat with All'. Same
          functionality as the 'Chat with Team' interface buttons.

   * /chatone [Name/ID#]
          Sets further chat messages to be sent to the specified player,
          without having to use the /msg command above. Same
          functionality as the 'Chat with One' interface buttons.

   * /chattype
          Reports what the current chat type is-- chat with All, Team, or
          a single player.

   * /commandlist
          Shows all commands recognized by the chat system.

   * /vehiclelist
          Shows what each player has chosen for a vehicle. If DM vehicle
          randomizing is on (see below), this option will not show the
          current vehicle, but only what they chose in the shell.

   * /ip [Name/ID#]
          Shows the IP address for a given player other than the local
          player. Note: clients can only see the IP address of the
          server; they have no ability to see any other clients' info.
          Servers can see the IP address of anyone.

   * /iplist
          Shows the IP addresses of all players in game; once again
          clients can only see the IP address of the server; they have no
          ability to see any other clients' info. Servers can see the IP
          address of anyone.

   * /gsoff
          Server-only option; stops responding to all Gamespy queries
          received. This will effectively prevent anyone from seeing (and
          therefore joining) the game. This option may be most useful for
          modem-servers who don't want the possibility of extra bandwidth
          being used by mid-game Gamespy queries.

   * /gson
          Server-only option, and the default. Allows BZ2 to respond to
          all Gamespy queries received. If /gsoff had previously been
          done, this'll allow the game to be visible once again.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Sync Join

   Noted as 'Sync (Off) (On)' in the server's shell interface, this
   option allows the server to have all players start playing at the same
   time. In deathmatch, such an option is not normally chosen, but for
   strategy games, it may be desirable to do this. (Note: selecting
   another map will reset this option (and others) to what the map's
   defaults are.)

   If Sync Join is on, when the server launches, it'll wait for all other
   clients to launch as well. When all clients have reported in, the
   server will send the gamestate to them, and gameplay will begin.
   However, if a client (taking a nap or something) doesn't hit the
   'Enter Game' button within 120 seconds, they'll be kicked out.

   After the Sync Join is completed, by default, other players may join,
   as if Sync Join was off. Use the 'Joins: Allow/Forbid' option to
   prevent further joins after a sync join.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Vehicle Randomizer

   In Deathmatch (and similar, such as CTF and Loot) games, the server
   has the option of randomizing vehicles. The shell option looks like
   this: 'Vehicle [Fixed|Race|Random]'. (Note: selecting another map will
   reset this option (and others) to what the map's defaults are.) If the
   selection is 'Fixed', a new craft for a player will always be
   identical to their vehicle selection within the shell.

   If the selection is set to 'Race', then a random vehicle of the same
   race as that player's shell selection is chosen. (Of course, that
   randomizing is within the list of allowed vehicles by the server.) If
   the selection is set to 'Random', a random vehicle of any race allowed
   by the server is chosen.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Chat messages timeout

   By default, the in-game chat/messages window (not the escape screen)
   erases messages after 5 seconds. However, this is settable from the
   game console. While playing, hit Control-` (that's 2-keys, control and
   the key with ` and ~ marked on it) to pull up the console. [Chat
   messages are printed there as well, so some may just want to see that
   for a few seconds.] At the console, type
   'network.session.messagesappearforseconds 99' to set it to 99 seconds
   (what I prefer). The number can be anywhere from 1 to 9999 seconds;
   outside that range and it'll be reset to the default of 5 seconds. Hit
   Control-` to hide the console again.

   The console does have tab-completion (if you don't know what that is,
   you should use unix more) of commands. So, you can hit
   'net'[tab]'.ses'[tab]'.mes'[tab] to type that line a little faster.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Objectives window obscures chat

   If you hit 'o' during multiplayer, an empty transparent gray box will
   appear on the right side of the screen. [CTF may put an actual
   objective in it.] This objectives window will hide the chat window
   which appears in the same place. Hit 'o' again to turn it off.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Non-pausing servers

   By default, a BZ2 game will pause when a new client joins. This is
   designed to give modem servers a chance to have more bandwidth
   available to send the gamestate to new clients without being
   overloaded. However, if the game is hosted from a faster (i.e. ISDN,
   Cable Modem, DSL, T1, T3, OC-48) network connection, you may want to
   turn this off.

   Note: this information is provided to you without any guarantees of
   support or stability. It is an officially unsupported option, and
   should be used at your own risk. [In other words: don't gripe if it
   doesn't work for you. You're on your own.] To set this up, as a
   server, when you're in the MP shell (i.e. choosing a map/vehicle), go
   to the console (see above), and type the following
   'network.session.ivar10 1'. [The default setting is 0, i.e. pausing]
   That preference will be used until you quit and start another game.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Playing on a LAN Only

   BZ2 supports non-gamespy games among machines connected on a single
   subnet. To do this, all machines must have the same first 3 sections
   of their IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.*), and a valid subnet mask
   (usually 255.255.255.0 for such a class-C network). Next, from the
   game servers list window, there's a button in the top-right of that
   window marked 'Gamespy'. Press that button and it'll change to 'LAN
   Only'. [See command line options below for how to set this by default]
   This button must be set the same on all machines you want to play a
   game with.

   With a server set to LAN Only, it will not broadcast game information
   to Gamespy, and thus cannot be seen by a machine outside of your
   subnet. That is why a client must also be set to the LAN Only.
     _________________________________________________________________

  Commandline Options

   BZ2 supports several commandline options that Gamespy uses. To enter
   them, you'll either have to create a shortcut to bzone.exe, and edit
   that shortcut's properties, or add in the options via Start -> Run
   under Windows pointed at bzone.exe.

   * +name "Player Name"
          Sets the initial Multiplayer player name to the value
          specified. If there is a space or other character in the name,
          it must be enclosed in "s, as above. However, BZ2 will still
          ensure the name conforms to limits.

   * /lanonly
          Sets the initial setting of the Gamespy/LAN Only button to be
          LAN Only; omitting this option uses the default of Gamespy. You
          may still change this setting in-game, though.

   * +host [PortNum]
          Starts up BZ2 as a host (i.e. server) of a game, and places you
          in the Multiplayer Game Options shell screen. Valid port
          numbers to host on are 1024 through 65534; if the portnum
          specified is outside that range, the default of 17770 is used.
          BZ2 always uses 2 ports that are adjacently numbered; the
          number specified is the first.

   * +connect [i.p.add.ress:PortNum]
          Starts up BZ2 as a client to the game specified by IP address
          and port number; the port number should be the second BZ2 port
          number, usually 17771. For example, "+connect
          192.168.1.4:17771" tries to join the game at 192.168.1.4.

   * +password "TopSecretPassword"
          For either a client or a server (see above), this commandline
          parameter sets the password used when creating or joining that
          game.

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