Originally conceived for the 2008 TIGSource.com 'Bootleg Demake' competition, Gang Garrison 2 is a free multiplayer 'demake' of Valve's Team Fortress 2. With all 9 classes, many different TF2-inspired environments, and fast-paced, team-based, multiplayer gameplay represented, GG2 is the premier TF2 tribute/parody/alternative. Gang Garrison 2 presents the player with 9 unique classes to use in frenetic, cooperative multiplayer action in a stylish and unique 8-bit style. Battle with your friends or others you encounter online through a whole range of vibrant maps; TF2 maps reimagined in 2D as well as a multitude of maps with all sorts of different looks and settings, all of which have been dreamed up and constructed by members of our community.
2007 Valve released it's TF2. It was a game where you could play as 9 classes (Scout, Pyro, Soldier, Engineer, etc.) and it also upgraded the graphics. Before it was F2P the Gang Garrison 2 team made a 2D game somewhere in 2008. The game included the same classes except new names such as:
Constructor - Engineer
Runner - Scout
Healer - Medic
and there also was a secret class from Cave Story Q/C. You can press Q in the class menu to get it. The modes are well done and Gang Garrison 2 has it's own mode too: Generator. In that you must destroy the enemy team's generator. The maps are well done but what i don't like is the overpowered secret class which is very powerful than the real classes. It has some bugs and it requires a graphics card. The forums: i do not recommend it. The community is fun but there's less players which is what i don't like. Graphics are excellent! They're 8-bit graphics and not something like crap made 3D in 2D classes ingame (you don't understand me here at all lol). TF2 Classes looking like in GG2 would be crap. The developers have decided to make them 8-bit instead of that. The overweight's face is a bit creepy. It's concept was a good idea. The music is well made 8-bit.
8.0 - Very Good
A 2D demake of TF2 with a surprising amount of depth and complexity. Any gamer with a background in competitive gaming should give this game a try.
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