How to make a habbo retro

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How to make a habbo retro
Despite the use of "retro," a Habbo Retro can incorporate past, present, future or even imagined themes. (computer image by Ewe Degiampietro from

Habbo Retro is the term for an online interactive hotel forum/social network site that likens itself to Habbo, but has significant differences like the ability to access limitless credits, furniture or clothing for the avatar. As they have grown in infamy and popularity online, so has the interest in how to create one.

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  1. 1

    Go and create your own free webpage. If you haven't already done so, the page will prompt you to download Hamachi. Once the downloading process is complete, a triangle with circles on the ends will appear with text within in it that reads, "Create a new network." Click on this tab and then name your network. The most common practice is to name the network the same name as your Habbo hotel.

  2. 2

    Download WinRAR, if it is not already available on your computer (see Resources). Click "WinRAR 3.70." It's free to download and once you run the software it will prompt you to select a server. The most common servers used are Habbzo, Debbo and Otaku.

  3. 3

    Put all of the files and programs from WinRAR onto your desktop, extract them and go onto your free Webs account and make a page titled "Loader."

  4. 4

    Insert the HTML onto the loader page by locating the blue box titled "HTML," clicking it and then copying and pasting the following code into it:

    <html> <head> <title>HOTEL NAME HERE</title> </head> <body bgcolor="#000000"> <div align="center"> <object classid="clsid:166B1BCA-3F9C-11CF-8075-444553540000" codebase=",5,1,0" id="habbo" width="720" height="540"> <param name="src" value=""> <param name="swRemote" value="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='false' swPausePlay='false' swFastForward='false' swTitle='Habbo Hotel' swContextMenu='true' "> <param name="swStretchStyle" value="none"> <param name="swText" value=""> <param name="bgColor" value="#000000"> <param name="sw6" value="external.texts.txt=EXTERNAL TEXT LINKS HERE"> <param name="sw2" value=" HERE; HERE"> <param name="sw4" value=";c onnection.mus.port=30001"> <param name="sw3" value="client.reload.url=index.html"> <param name="sw1" value="site.url=;url.prefix="> <param name="sw5" value="external.variables.txt=EXTERNAL VARIABLES LINK HERE"> <embed src="" bgColor="#000000" width="720" height="540" swRemote="swSaveEnabled='true' swVolume='true' swRestart='false' swPausePlay='false' swFastForward='false' swTitle='Habbo Hotel' swContextMenu='true'" swStretchStyle="none" swText="" type="application/x-director" pluginspage="" sw6="external.texts.txt=YOUR EXTERNAL TEXT HERE"sw2=" IP HERE; HERE" sw4=";con nection.mus.port=30001" sw3="client.reload.url=" sw1="site.url=;url.prefix=" sw5="external.variables.txt=EXTERNAL VARIABLES LINK HERE" > </embed> </object> </div> </body> </html>

  5. 5

    Locate your IP on the Hamachi Box and then type those numbers on top of the box where it says "Your IP." There should be 11 numbers on the top that look similar to this:

  6. 6

    Find your port by starting your server. Start the server by double-clicking the "Server.exe" file, which should have extracted with the rest of the WinRAR files onto your desktop. When you start your server, a number will appear; this is your port number. Copy and paste that number in the loader, in the HTML code where it says "PORT HERE."

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    Log in to your retro and design the home page to your liking, as the server should be up and running by now.

Tips and warnings

  • If you find it difficult to auto-save, then you did not copy and paste all of the extracted files from WinRAR onto your desktop. If this happens, delete everything, re-download WinRAR, extract the files onto your desktop and then try auto-saving again.

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