Password issues
Partager Posted by [i4g]Medic on Sat Jun 01, 2013 17:50
For new members:
If you are having issues logging in, try to request a new password.
A problem with the password encryption has just been fixed. This affected new members only (or users who requested a new password recently).

Apologies for the inconvenience!
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New IPs
Partager Posted by [i4g]Medic on Thu Jun 14, 2012 21:12
The IP addresses of your favourite UT servers have changed! becomes becomes

So the servers IP's are:

  • CTF1: (Query port: 7778)
  • War1: (Query port: 6778)
  • BT1: (Query port: 7778)
  • BT2: (Query port: 8778)
  • BT3: (Query port: 9778)
  • BT4: (Query port: 9878)

Update your bookmarks!
SMS/text donations no longer accepted
Partager Posted by [i4g]Medic on Sun Nov 20, 2011 23:32
Due to frequent problems with the company in charge of the SMS/text payments, I've decided to (temporarily) suspend the SMS donations.
So the only way to donate is now PayPal - which is very reliable.

Thank you for your understanding.
Netspeed now blocked for certified records
Partager Posted by [i4g]CouilleNoire on Mon May 02, 2011 21:14

Due to various hacks linked to netspeed change we have decided to block the minimum netspeed on BT3/BT4 to a value of 10000.
We apologize to our far away friends who will certainly suffer from that decision if they ever wanted to try records but we really see no other solution.

We are asking rushers who have made records by lowering their netspeed to contact us with a list of those records so they can removed and retried with what we think is a more fair setup.
This won't lead to bans (of course) because it was not considered as a cheat before. However if we find out some records were taken by changing the netspeed, we will take appropriate action depending on the location of the player.

Thanks all for your cooperation.
Special thanks to Dylan who is the first player to comply to the new rules.

Have fun,

Unreal Development Kit available for free!
Partager Posted by [i4g]Medic on Thu Nov 05, 2009 19:02
"[...] Epic Games has revealed a free version of its popular Unreal Engine technology. Called the Unreal Development Kit (UDK), it is a free edition of UE3 that allows community, modder and indie users more access to the engine's features and is available for all. Epic said game developers, students, hobbyists, researchers, creators of 3D visualizations and simulations plus digital filmmakers can all take advantage of the UDK for non-commercial use. The UDK site also offers detailed product features, technical documentation, commercial licensing terms and support resources."