Multiplayer should work the same as the other versions of the game.(I'm the developer of Game Ranger.) Game Ranger will now auto-detect the Steam version of Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds without needing to select it manually.It is displayed as "Star Wars Clone Campaigns" because the saga is actually the revised Clone Campaigns expansion.(I'm the developer of Game Ranger.) You're being absurd and ridiculous.
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Game Ranger's server costs are helped supported by ads displayed inside Game Ranger itself, but is only within Game Ranger, and has no effect on the rest of your system.
Game Ranger has been supporting multiplayer games since 1999 (its precursor even earlier from 1997).
Other services come and go, including Game Spy itself, but Game Ranger always continues on. If you're using Flash with different web browser, that doesn't count because it's a different version of Flash. PPAPI Flash Player for Chome, Active X Flash Player for Internet Explorer.
Any nostalgic people remember these multiplayer services? Game Ranger will now auto-detect the Steam version of Star Wars Rebellion without needing to select it manually.
The SWGB engine never had these bugs fixed (Age of Empires II also had these kind of issues, I seem to recall.) I didn't believe you at first, but I think there may be some truth to this.
Either it's entirely coincidental, but the moment I installed Gameranger for Battlefront II (and it works, been playing a few online matches), I suddenly noticed ads in my browser despite having Ad Block Plus enabled.So either it's a coincidence, or Gameranger installs something you haven't agreed with (since I explicitly declined all "offers" during installation).I'll try to figure it out now and I'll report back soon.edit: Installed it on another PC and didn't get any malware this time, so I'm thinking it was just a coincidence. As I stated above, Game Ranger does not install or modify any other part of your system.Those services did not do anything for the multiplayer other than tell the joining app the IP address to connect to.The multiplayer networking was no different when using a direct connection than when launching from one of those external services.That's very different from these Steamworks implementations where the game is reliant on Steam to (poorly) transport their game traffic. The "revised" multiplayer for a number of other games: Age of Empires II HD, Age of Mythology: Extended Edition, and a couple of others have become horribly laggy and broken after being "modernised" with Steamworks.