How to Dominate Your Opponents with Aimbot Gunbound Thor Hammer
The last private server is called the Singapore Gunbound. The entire community is connected through a forum called "Singapore Gunbound". They host most of the server admins, including the global admin. I am unfortunately out of the loop, as I live in Florida, and I have not been able to play with any of them.
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The servers are actually managed by ijji, a South Korean community of Gunbound enthusiasts. There are several servers, but the one supported the most is the community dedicated server called "Gunbound Online". This server is hosted by the Singapore Gunbound Community forum. I have been able to get in the server with this guide.
The ijji server is connected to the world through a service called Gaijin Match. Gaijin Match is a Japanese online multiplayer game, and this service allows you to play Gunbound online with people from various other Gaijin Match servers. If you know Japanese, you can join the ijji server through a Gaijin Match server or server browser.
Gaijin Match is part of a larger network called n-World. Other servers and communities connected to this service are: ijji Gunbound Online, a server managed by the Singapore Gunbound community, Gunbound Revolution, a server managed by Softnyx, and Little Gunbound, a demo server from DxWnd released in May 2009.
Once ijji Gunbound online servers are setup, you should be able to join the Singapore Gunbound server, as well as the ijji Gunbound Online server. You should be able to do it through the Gaijin Match network, as well as through servers directly provided by ijji.
To connect to the Singapore Gunbound server, you need a Telnet client. When you use Telnet, the actual program you run is a remote shell. The idea of a remote shell is that you can use it like you would use a normal terminal program. You can run commands and execute programs on the server.