A free VPN Service built for gamers

Our Features

Superb Support

Easy To Use

Our client is easy and intuitive to use, designed to be as straight-forward as possible without taking away any of the cool features that you'll love.

Quality Hardware

Speedy Connections

Don't let a bad connection slow you down, our services will try to do the best they can to make sure your connections are always as fast as possible.

Cloud Servers

Really Reliable

If you’re looking for a stable network that doesn't randomly drop the connections, NoFlame is the way for you. We take pride in our optimal uptime.

By gamers, for the gamers

NoFlame is a VPN service built for gamers, by gamers, with the sole purpose of enabling you to play the games you love with the people you like.

If the game you want to play supports LAN play and it's on our compatibility list, you can play it with NoFlame. All you have to do to get it working is to download our client, run it on your computer and then run the game!

Download the NoFlame Client

NoFlame currently only supports Windows, and Windows games. You can get the latest stable version below or grab an older version if the latest on doesn't work for you for some reason.

Latest Stable version:

NoFlame V1.0.0.2

Other available versions, may contain bugs.

NoFlame V1.0.0.1

Help & Support

We try our best to stay in contact with the players, so we know what's up. If you're having issues with our software, we want to know so we can try to help you out and fix the problem. If you need, or want, to chat with us, you can join us on IRC or talk with us on Teamspeak. If you wish to report a bug you can create an issue report on our github page.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does NoFlame cost?
NoFlame won't cost you anything, our services are free of charge for our users. Sadly, this is not the case for us, so we do accept donations to keep our servers running and even add new servers to the network.

Is this open source?
Yes and no. The client, as it is, you can find on our github page right here. The server sided source is not open to the public, however. If you wish to help contribute to the project, please contact us via IRC or Teamspeak beforehand.

Is this based on Alligo/OracleNet?
Alligo was going to be a great gaming VPN service before it was officially shut down on June 27th, 2015. With permission and some help from the original developers we have made it into NoFlame, a VPN service that will not be going away anytime soon.