Magnitus says: First time we tried on LAN, it complained about a missing CD early in the game... didn't have any problems the subsequent times and we played with 2-4 players. Played regularly across the Internet without any problems. Playable in co-op!
Magnitus says: Played a single game without any problem whatsoever. However, there was not co-op mode (only player vs player) so we moved on to it's successor.
Magnitus says: Played 3 games. It worked quite well and is playable in co-op vs the computer. However, my friend didn't like the game, so we didn't try it more than that in multiplayer.
Magnitus says: Played a couple of times on LAN without trouble. Playable in pvp, in coop or a mix of the two. Great game. Haven't tried it across the internet yet.
Magnitus says: Good with Vista, so so with 7. Made it work on LAN with 7 as a client, but not as a host (Vista hosted). Worked easily for Vista, but had to tweak the Firewall for 7 (you can also turn it off). Doesn't handle leaving games or disconnects well.
Magnitus says: Ran well across the LAN. You can't add computer controlled cars in multi-player races, but the derby mode is great fun even with just 2 players. We managed to play 4 players races without any hassle, but derby mode would occasionally crash.
Magnitus says: Played with 2 players on a Vista/7 LAN. The game won't recover from any network glitch (you'll have to quit), but we did manage to play 1 game out of 2 to the end. Will have to play more to determine overall stability.
Magnitus says: Worked with 6 players on a LAN with no problem. One player even had a intermittent connection and the game never crashed or got corrupted. Very stable.
Magnitus says: Managed to make it work for 2 players just fine, but when a third player tried to join, the game complained about CD-keys. That was on a LAN and not the internet. I'll have to try various things and comment at a later time.
Magnitus says: The game ran on Vista and 7 machines, but they couldn't connect to one another in multi (tried both with Vista and 7 hosting). We managed to make it work with Vista/XP, but we didn't have the time to really play and assess the overall stability.
Magnitus says: Couldn't play multiplayer using the shortcut, but there is a special executable in the game's directory with pre-configured workarounds (look at the support section). Played a game with 3 players on LAN and it was very easy and stable, no crashes.
Magnitus says: Played this game with 3 players on a LAN. Easy to setup, but glitchy. The game crashed while playing for someone during our first 2 tries: no way to recover. Third game was fine, but the boys decided to play something else halfway through.
Magnitus says: Worked like a charm for a LAN game with my friend. Played for 6 hours straight. No crashes. Easy to setup too.
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