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mason1920

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go here if you are having problems with the game: https://discord.gg/wEzfRxV

Go to here: https://discord.gg/wEzfRxV

this way, I can help you better.

okay, my bad. I should've specified how to open a terminal into the applications folder.

you should type in the start menu, "cmd" without quotes, then you need select the first result, lastly you need to type in the box that comes up "ipconfig" without quotes. Your local IP should be to the right of "IPv4 Address." for example "192.168.254.57"

Don't use that one.

okay, please open a terminal in the applications folder, then in the terminal type:

./LastManStanding64.app

or

open ./LastManStanding64.app

or

open LastManStanding64.app

or

LastManStanding64.app


then put the terminal output as a comment.

are you trying to use the IP the game tells you to use? (don't tell me the IP)

All people in the comments, please only give out your public IPs to people you trust and give it out with EXTREME caution.

https://discord.gg/HWrTKZe

what is your operating system, windows, linux, or mac.

Yes, yes you can

Yes, Mac can play with Windows, and vice versa

use the terminal to open the application by typing this into the terminal:

/path/to/app/LastManStanding64.app/Contents/MacOS/LastManStanding64

Then after getting the error, close the app. then copy everything from your teminal, and paste it as a comment.

Tell me what OS you have. Windows, Linux, or Mac

and you called me a sir because I am one.

If you have a windows computer you should type in the start menu, "cmd" without quotes, then you need select the first result, lastly you need to type in the box that comes up "ipconfig" without quotes. Your local IP should be to the right of "IPv4 Address." for example "192.168.254.57"

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if you are trying to join on the same network as the host (both computers are in the same house), you must use the servers "local" IP, instead of the public IP the server gives you. If you don't know how to find your local IP, tell me your OS (windows, linux, mac, etc...) and I'll guide you through it.

Why did you label this as available to Linux and Mac OS?

It only supports Windows.