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RunningArtemis

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Getting Started (LAN play)

 

To run Artemis, one computer needs to run as a server, which will have the responsibility of running the game - to do this, simply start Artemis and select server mode. From there, you can see the server's local IP address, set up the server parameters, select a mission, and begin the simulation (start the game).

 

Crewmembers should run Artemis in client mode, and connect to the server using the IP address on the server's screen. After connecting to a server, crewmembers may choose the position or positions they wish to take, and click Ready To Play. Once players have selected their positions, the simulation can begin. Note: if the simulation has already started, Ready To Play will take a player directly into the game.

 

Server set up parameters: All the different variables you can set to affect the in-game experience.

 

Client set up parameters: Selecting the player's in-game bridge station, and other configuration options that are specific to a given station.

 

Setting up a server for net play: Step-by-step guide to setting up your router to allow remote crew members to connect to a game you're hosting.

 

How to run Artemis on a Mac:  Step by step detail on how to use virtualization software (Wine) to run Artemis as a Mac application without Windows or Boot Camp.

 

How to run Artemis on a touchscreen: Background on setting up Artemis on a touch screen computer for that extra futuristic touch.

 

Artemis on Mac the easy way - with PlayOnMac:  A super-easy and short tutorial on running Artemis on a Mac, that uses the free program PlayOnMac to do most of the work for you.

 

Voice communication options for net play

  • Google Hangouts offer perhaps the best combination of functionality and ease of use.
  • Ventrilo is a lightweight, low-bandwidth alternative to Google Hangouts. Requires separate install; public servers available for free (google for free public ventrilo servers).
  • Teamspeak3 is another option that has been used successfully by Artemis players. 
  • RaidCall makes communication with groups of people fast and easy. Using minimal CPU resources, this free software is the ideal group communication solution for all types of users,

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