You may recall a post from earlier this year announcing that Toy Racer was now able to be played online via dial-up thanks to Luke Benstead and Jonas Karlsson who successfully reverse engineered the Dreamarena authentication software. Now in addition to Toy Racer, support for the PAL version of Quake III Arena has been added! This means players in Europe no longer have to purchase or burn a copy of the North American version to play online! While the PAL release still lacks support for the broadband adapter, it’s still great to have the online functionality working once again.
DreamPi users will automatically connect to the correct server but everyone else will need to make sure their DNS server is set to 126.96.36.199. Once connected, choose any username from the list and input anything for the password to log in.
Thats great news!
That’s great, how did make work it again? is the same source code of first dreamarena server in kazade github?
You’ll have to ask Shuouma about the technical details but it was built upon the same Dreamarena code as the one on GitHub.