Find here the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Stellar Overload
To create a multiplayer game, in the main menu, click New Game and choose the game mode (Story or Creative). In the universe setup window set Multiplayer to YES.
You can then choose the game’s visibility:
Another possibility is to start a dedicated server.
This message means that the time allocated to establish a connection with the server has expired.
This error is displayed when the server cannot be reached (the server might be offline) or if there is a problem with your firewall / router configuration.
Note: Do not start the dedicated server from within Steam’s client.
To start a dedicated server, see section How to start a dedicated server of the FAQ.
Note: To host a dedicated server and join it in game on the same computer, you need to change the ports used by default by the dedicated server so that they don’t conflict with the ports used by the game.
Refer to the documentation in the server’s installation folder.
To ban a player you can enter the /ban command followed by the player’s name in the chat window. It is also possible to remotely administrate a dedicated server using telnet and to enter the /ban command in telnet once connected and logged in to the server. Refer to the documentation found in the dedicated server’s installation folder for more information.
In order to remove a player from the ban list, use the /unban command followed by the player name.
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