Author Topic: How To: Host a Seal Hunter Game  (Read 26652 times)

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How To: Host a Seal Hunter Game
« on: July 30, 2010, 08:04:16 PM »
First some technical mumbo-jumbo: since Seal Hunter doesn't support NAT punchthrough just yet, in the event that you're behind a router you have to manually forward the game port that Seal Hunter uses.

  • Find your router model in the list on If you can't find your exact model, try one that is somewhat similar. (Also, be sure to click "Click here to skip this advertisement..." in the top right if prompted.)
  • Since Seal Hunter is obviously not in their list of applications, click "Default Guide". It's the last paragraph, I'm sure you'll be able to find it!
  • Follow the instructions. Yes, this might be a bit tricky, but it's something that you only need to do once.
  • When the guide tells you to type in a port or a range of ports alongside a protocol, you want to use port 33678, protocol UDP or UDP/TCP. 33678 is the default port for hosting games - you can choose your own port on the Start Game tab inside the game, if you like, but the default will work just fine.
  • You're all done! Go host some games.

If it still doesn't work, feel free to create a topic in this section, and we'll try to help you further!
« Last Edit: August 15, 2010, 05:40:23 PM by Toumaz »