Crab Game: How to Find Long-Lasting Lobbies

In this guide, you will learn the best ways to find long-lasting Crab Game lobbies where the host does not leave unexpectedly. This is not a fool-proof guide that will work 100% of the time. It is simply some tips and suggestions that may help you in you find good Crab Game lobbies.

 

STREAMERS

To begin this guide, one of the most consistent ways of getting good lobbies is streamers.

Streamers lobbies can be found in these following ways.

  • Finding them in the Crab Game server list.
  • Finding them on streaming platforms.
  • Finding them on other social media.

Streamer lobbies are good for multiple reasons.

  • Streamers rarely leave without notice. You can go to the stream and know exactly when it will end.
  • Streamers tend to host longer lobbies.
  • Streamers tend to moderate there servers.

This doesn’t always apply, but it will most of the time. Along with that, if you find a good streamer who hosts Crab Game, you can keep up with them and have someone who consistently hosts good lobbies.

Testing the Waters

Another way of finding good lobbies is a strategy I like to call Testing the Waters

Testing the Waters is where you look for servers that appear multiple times after a period of time.

  • First, look at the lobby list. Make a note of the server names.
  • Then, do something else. Whether it’s freeplay, laundry, or homework. Anything that takes 20-60 minutes.
  • Come back to the game and see if any servers are the same from the first look.

These servers that have lasted for that long will tend to have longer lasting hosts that won’t leave randomly. Generally, the longer you wait, the better. However, a good 30 minute wait will usually give a good server.

Creating Your Own

If everything else has failed, and if you have the computer power to do so effectively, creating a lobby yourself might be the best bet for you.

Creating a server does require you to have a good internet connection for it to be stable and reduce lag.

  • To create your own game, start by going to the Start Game section in the main menu.
  • Once there, choose your desired settings, max player count, game modes, and maps for your ideal game.
  • Your game might take a while to fill up, however, once it is, it tends to last longer as your game gets pushed up in the lobby list.

The advantage to this is having the control for YOUR own game.


Thanks to Fire for his great guide, all credit to his effort. you can also read the original guide from Steam Community. enjoy the game.

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