- Scarlyt 3s Sindome is ace.
- Newbs21 4m We're all crazy here!
- RealHumanBean 4s Something?
- Vera 1m youtu.be/maAFcEU6atk
- BCingyou 21s
- Hippo 16s
- Tequilajoe 40m
- Baron17 1m
- crashdown 46m
- himble 56m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og243Dom4Sw
- Barrien 1h
- vantablack 43m
- ComradeNitro 13m
- Pizzaman 9m
- waddlerafter 37s youtu.be/jZitWKRvTtU
- Dorn 5m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OUqUiZQxs4
- Atheran 35s
- Jain 1m
- Jameson 6m making the eternal black firmament my side bitch
- Valentine 3m
- attaboy 7s
- villa 59s
- Satanic 19m
- Sevencolor 4h
- Luck 1h
j Johnny 1h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
- Neekly 2h
- Trakel 0s
- whatislove00 16m youtu.be/PvLz5kCVIss
- Malanth 6m
- Ostheim 1h
- coconut 15m
- jsmith225 13h
- Dawnshot 12s https://youtu.be/qg_7saEbnwE
- MrJDucky2 3m
And 30 more hiding and/or disguised
Connect to Sindome @ moo.sindome.org:5555 or just Play Now

Failure to connect, constant disconnects

hello, i have been playing for a while but havent been able to do so without the use of a VPN. the only luck i've had without it is with the sindome client with the little padlock turned on, but i get frequent disconnects with that method.

alright just reading that i realized its not much info to go off, sorry. not a big webhead but ill do my best

Some VPNs have connections that are unstable in ways that things like MOO and IRC don't like. If you are able to connect without one and get the same problem, then it's likely that your router or wifi card might need replacing. A lot of routers only seem to last a year or two before they start getting kind of cruddy.

It sounds to me like your ISP isn't allowing connections to live very long, even if they're using websocket technology (what our webclient uses, whether in lockmode or not.). They're granting slightly longer connections to SSL traffic, but they're still killing the connection. You don't have an Internet Service Provider, you have a Web Page Service Provider who only wants you to visit websites and stream videos. You have an asshole for your ISP.

A VPN might be your only solution in this situation.