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Forwarding Ports in Your Router for Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world

Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world is a 2D and Platformer game published by Degoma with a currently unknown release date.

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Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world includes the following styles of play.

  • A 2D game features flat graphics and are usually either side view or top down view. Side view 2D games are sometimes also called "platform" style games because they main objective is to travel from one platform to another.
  • Platform games, also known as platformers, have the player jumping from platform to platform, sometime performing some sort of acrobatic stunt. Common examples include Super Mario Bros. and Sonic the Hedgehog.

Port Forward Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world

We don't know the specific ports for Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world yet, but you can help us figure it out. We're pretty sure that Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world is going to have ports to forward since it is multiplayer. With your help we can get those ports listed on our site for everyone to use.

  1. Download and install Network Utilities. This is a free download.
  2. After you launch Network Utilities click the Port Finder button.
  3. The Port Finder will help you locate the game that you are interested in playing. Follow its instructions closely.
  4. Once the Port Finder has found your game ports they will be added to our site quickly.

Which Ports Does Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world Require

Usually a game will only open up the port in "listen mode" when it's needed. This means you'll have to put your game into some sort of multiplayer mode in order for us to detect the specific incoming ports properly. We'll watch the game running and look for which ports it opens up to see which ports might need to be forwarded.

The vast majority of games will open the same port in "listen mode" every time, as opposed to a random numbered port. This is a good thing because once we know which ports the game listens on then we know exactly which ports to forward in your router.

Some games will listen on a incredibly large range of ports which can be very hard to detect. By having many different people run the Port Finder for the same game multiple times we can figure out the entire range of ports that are needed for that particular game. Everybody who runs the Port Finder helps add to the database.

How To find Ports for Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world

Here's a quick summary of what the Port Finder application will do:

  • Look at which ports Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world has open in "listen" mode. These are the ports that need to be forwarded for Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world.
  • Watch which ports open and close as you run the game and try to join a multiplayer match.
  • Package up the required incoming ports in a neat little package and send it to our server for sharing.

Our servers will collect all of the network ports used by multiple users and intelligently combine them into a single list of ports required. Then we will use this list to help other people know what to forward.

Once people submit ports for Reggie, his cousin, two scientists and most likely the end of the world they will be added to this page and the rest of our site.

Jason Bauer

Jason Bauer

Jason Bauer is an owner and programmer for PortForward. You can find more of his articles in the Games and Applications section of our site.