Team Fortress is a revolutionary class-based mod supporting from 2 to 4 teams in various gameplay modes of capture the flag, capture and hold, and hunted. I will try to fill this profile with as much OFFICIAL TF (no variants/mods) files I can fill.

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0 comments by collector1 on Jun 25th, 2012

It's true. A new mod has came to mind. Team Fortress 2012. It has a mix of TF2 and TF1 with some new things that weren't in the game series. Now is hasn't realey begun, but it's geting reday to. If you want to read the full list of ideas, click here: Moddb.com

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TF Bot Version 8

TF Bot Version 8

Jul 5, 2013 Full Version 8 comments

I'm uploading TF Bot here because it is way to hard to find and if there's no one online you can't play TF alone. The readme says only 4 maps work: the_box...

Team Fortress v1.0

Team Fortress v1.0

Apr 15, 2008 Full Version 0 comments

The VERY FIRST public release of Team Fortress (August 1996)! Includes source code. (Infact it's all there is)

Team Fortress 1.3 release

Team Fortress 1.3 release

Jan 24, 2008 Full Version 1 comment

a rare one :) Historical version 1.3, released on Halloween 1996.

Team Fortress 2.8 release

Team Fortress 2.8 release

Jan 24, 2008 Full Version 7 comments

This is the Team Fortress 2.8 release, released 5/23/1998

Team Fortress 2.5 Source code

Team Fortress 2.5 Source code

Jan 24, 2008 SDK 0 comments

This is the released source code for the 2.5 version of Team Fortress.

Team Fortress 2.5 release

Team Fortress 2.5 release

Jan 24, 2008 Full Version 1 comment

This is Team Fortress, version 2.5, released on 6/13/1997.

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GhettoGarden1
GhettoGarden1 Aug 18 2011, 11:40am says:

TF and TFC were great, and will be great forever. TF2 started out fantastic, but then, kinda became just garbage, when VALVE introduced achievement weapons. Cause then, the boosting servers came out. Then, the game got worse when VALVE introduced pickups. Because, then, the people who worked hard to get said achievement weapons don't have an edge to the person who installed the game 5 minutes ago and picked up some weapon within his first minute of playing. Then, hats and crafting. Probably the worst idea VALVE has ever had. For a minute there, people thought VALVE was becoming Activision. And then, the game became free. Which utterly ruined TF2 forever. TFC is in the end, better than TF2. Shame that TF and TFC are abandoned these days.

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flurk
flurk Aug 21 2011, 12:49am replied:

>>Then, hats and crafting. Probably the worst idea VALVE has ever had. For a minute there, people thought VALVE was becoming Activision.

Hats: purely cosmetic. How does that break the game?
Crafting: if I didn't get the weapon I want by pickup, at least I could craft it.
Trading: If I were a newbie and I found my first hat, I'd gladly trade it out to get a tonne of weapons I can play around and experiment with.

And please don't start with the cash shop.
1) You don't need to pay any money to get every weapon in the game, unless you really, really care about weapon cosmetics. The only exceptions to this are the sun-on-a-stick and sharpened volcano fragment, which are both weak.. and you can just get them through trading anyway.
2) That said, paying money for hats? You probably think it's beyond silly. I agree, and so do a vast majority of tf2 players, but wealthy people will be wealthy and purchase them. It makes Valve happy because they continue to earn revenue, it keeps us happy because we don't have to pay anything if we don't want to. Nobody loses.
3) If you argue that some weapon sets are only completed with the complementing hat, think of the hat as "more weapons". They're inexpensive (ranging between 2 to 4 refs each) so you can really just trade for them if you're really desperate about it. The sets are all quite bad, imo, except for the milkman set which has no drawbacks. I first raged when I read the update where you need hats to complete the set, thinking it'd take me ages to obtain them and so I'd lose an edge to other players who have them. But after an entire year or so, I think almost all the sets are just terrible.

>>And then, the game became free.

F2P is truly terrible. I agree with you here, nothing more needs to be said about this matter.

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iAmaNewb
iAmaNewb Sep 25 2012, 9:46am replied:

flurk TF2 getting F2P is the best decision Valve made, I wanted TF2 since release but I can't afford it and such,think of gamers who want a game but can't afford it. BTW Now it has almost been a year after F2P ,all the F2Ps are now trained and ready.

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flurk
flurk Aug 21 2011, 12:47am replied:

>>GhettoGarden1 Aug 18 2011, 11:40pm says:

>>became just garbage, when VALVE introduced achievement weapons.

Adding content is garbage? ..Why?
Assuming you feel that adding different weapons makes the game unbalanced and too unpredictable or RPSy (kind of like MW2?), please note that a recurring theme in tf2 is "just messing around and having fun and laughs". In serious games (pugs or competitive matches), weapon choices are limited.

>>Then, the game got worse when VALVE introduced pickups. Because, then, the people who worked hard to get said achievement weapons don't have an edge to the person who installed the game 5 minutes ago and picked up some weapon within his first minute of playing.

People could get their achievement weapons by calling up a couple of friends and staging it in an empty server. Nobody had to work hard to get achievements.

I personally feel that there is no good reason why older players should have an edge over newer players. They already have an edge in skill, why make them more powerful?

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RangerC
RangerC Feb 3 2011, 7:11am says:

"Primo Vere Ecce Gratum" in the Intro is just funny XP

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ceriux
ceriux Feb 2 2011, 10:53pm says:

the original is pretty epic compared to the rest =)

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RangerC
RangerC Feb 3 2011, 7:07am replied:

so true

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RevolutionarySam
RevolutionarySam Feb 1 2011, 2:07am says:

Are there any servers up that have people on them for most of the time?

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Fefor
Fefor Dec 30 2010, 10:33pm says:

I think that TF, TFC and TF2 are great, i just like all of them :)

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ThePinkMamaLuigi
ThePinkMamaLuigi Dec 13 2010, 12:02am says:

Chill out dudes, If you people hate TF2 hats so much then don't pay any attention to them

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What else is there to say. It was 1997 and I met a buddy in highschool who introduced me to this game. The rest is history. Never before had I encountered a first person shooter game with class based team play. You were always fearful of crossing the bridge in 2fort5 because of elite snipers. As a spy you actually disguised as an enemy and could feign death. Enemies would hide in the shadows and wait for ambush. Grenades galore where available for each class. This is one of the best mods ever created…

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