Welcome to the IPv4 Games

I have a simple challenge for you:

Send requests to my web server from lots of different IP addresses.

How Scoring Works

The server keeps a record of what name was last sent to it from each IPv4 address.

If you hold more IPv4 addresses in a /8 address block than anyone else, that means you control that block.

Each block you control gives you 1 point.

Who made this?

This was a weekend project made by me, ClayLoam!

How did you make this?

The frontend is plain HTML and JavaScript. (Just view the page's source!) The backend is a few hundred lines of C code using the Cosmopolitan C Library and *NSYNC.


Support Turf War

We're amazed at how much love and affection this service has attracted from system operators worldwide, and we need your help to keep it online. Your support is what makes free games like Turf War possible.

Turf War was developed by ClayLoam, who's built other in-browser games too, such as familiars.io. Your support will thank him for the contribution he made to the Internet in creating Turf War, and enable him to keep sharing more awesome projects.

Turf War is operated by Justine Tunney. Supporting her will help contribute to operational expenses of Turf War, such as server costs, in addition to supporting the development of the redbean web server.