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Fistful of Frags is a first person shooter set in the Old West times. Take part in frenzy team versus shootouts or play cooperative games against AI managed enemies. Most of the classic black powder guns are available, in single or dual wield setup.
- Fistful of Dollars game mode: original team oriented gameplay packed with fast paced action. Additional game modes: Few Dollars More, Push, Train Robbery, Deathmatch, Zombie survival and Showdown (Gun Game like).
- Cooperative/singleplayer missions: push the cart, escort, last stand, etc.
- Duel tournament with free aim revolvers for enhanced realism
- Deathmatch and Team versus bots to improve your skills off-line
- Notoriety player progression system: measures player contribution to its team in several areas (combat, objectives and teamplay).
- Equipment and player full customization: spend your notoriety points in the exact weaponry, skills and visual customization you want. Includes more than 20 different items.
- Dual wield system: combine any pair of handguns, up to 36 different combos!
- Weaponry: fists, knife, axe, Colt Navy 1851, Colt SAA "Peacemaker", Colt Walker, S&W Schofield, Mare's Leg, Deringer .41, double barrel shotgun, sawed off shotgun, Henry repeating rifle 1860, bow, Smith carbine 1857, Winchester 1893 pump shotgun, Sharps rifle 1874, dynamite, and bow with normal/fiery arrows!
- Healing class "whiskey man"
- Enemy Awareness: highlights your deadliest opponents during the game. Includes deathcam and stats.
Requirements: you must own a Source powered game by Valve (list) or just free TF2!
It took us more than a year but hey, we did it. Getting Greenlight approval seemed out of reach for this mod when the process started, luckily for us Valve decided to bring a lot more games to Steam than they used to. Anyway, job done, thanks for the votes and support received! What really matters to me is that nearly 12.000 persons gave us their approval and possibly wanted to play this mod, or a Steam version of it at least. Now, what's next?
1. Get Source engine license. It may take some time I heard, I have no special hurry to be honest. This mod isn't a priority in my game development life, also consider that making mods at 'pro level' doesn't make much sense. That's why most Source mods die when they reach Steam. But I owe you one and I'll accomplish this mission sooner than later I hope.
2. How FoF's Steam version will be? The Source engine version used will be slightly more modern than current one, no fancy shadow effects or big performance improvements though. Mainly, it will grant us Steamworks integration and Linux/OS X support. Automatic updates for clients and servers is also a nice plus! Some other Steamwork related features will be studied.
3. Reaching Steam requires porting code to this newer codebase. Source 2009 (called SDK 2013) doesn't change a lot, but porting so much code is still a major pain. More even considering some FoF features as dual wield are deeply rooted in the base engine files. Some mods may just complete this step in a few days, but it won't be so easy for us.
4. Gameplay wise, Steam version will differ from mod version. I haven't decided anything yet and most changes will be made public before they happen. There are a few areas I'd like to work over: improve combat depth/tactics, avoid repetitive gameplay, bring quality over quantity regarding game modes and add balance/fairness. Should players get rewarded for playing better and how? Should gameplay be redirected towards small scale battles? Should infinite respawn and life based modes coexist as they are now?
That's all from my part, for the moment. Don't forget you can play the mod version Fistful of Frags as there's still an active player base. We usually post events in our Steam group. Check this page for more info.
Highest Rated (5 agree) 7/10
I think there is a lot of cool content here to make for an excellent mod. I'm a huge western movies fan and I was hoping for something more in this mod. My main concern with this mod is how the weapons feel and handle. Very hard to make a kill, and difficult to know when you hit someone. This mod also seems to have a lot of different color schemes which make it hard to understand what everything means. It took me 3 plays to understand how the weapon selection menu works (I still don't quite get…
Mar 25 2011, 9:35am by Wesley
Lowest Rated (3 agree) 1/10
A year ago that was the best mod for Hl2, now it's a load of horse crap. But it smells worse...
Mar 7 2011, 5:51pm by VolvoxGlobator