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TF2 just got more awesome.

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I'm happy to report that TF2 Arcade is finally out.
And mercy me, is it fun.

They've taken your basic TF2, and crossed it with the likes of Final Fight and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time. It's basically a love letter to every SNES beat em up ever. You can choose any character and they all have their own play style and special moves.

Rocket Jumping with the Soldier, laying down sticky bombs with the demo, and even cloaking with the spy. You can do all that and more!
I'm sure you can tell by the screenshots just how drool worthy it is, so I'll shut my yap.










Go and get it!

TF2 ARCADE.

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Unique Character Abilities:

Scout: Can double jump by pressing "jump" again when in the air.

Soldier: Can rocket jump if you press "attack" right after pressing "jump."

Pyro:
Flamethrower and flare gun do afterburn damage to enemies.

Demoman: Fires sticky bombs at the ground when you press "attack" in the air.
Jump again to ignite them. You can sticky jump by being on top of the sticky
bombs when you jump.

Engineer: Hit your sentry once to make it a level 2 sentry.
Hit it again to make it level 3.

Medic:
you can control the height of your jump by holding down the "jump" button
longer.

Sniper: Hold your "attack" button to charge your sniper rifle. A fully charged
shot blows through multiple enemies.

Spy: Hold the "attack" button to cloak and become invisible to on-screen enemies.

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Controls:

HOLD JUMP AND ATTACK FOR MELEE.

Player 1

Up W
Down S
Left A
Right D
Shoot H
Jump U

Player 2

Up Up
Down Down
Left Left
Right Right
Shoot Z
Jump X

Player 3

Up I
Down K
Left J
Right L
Shoot O
Jump P

Player 4

Up numpad8
Down numpad2
Left numpad4
Right numpad6
Shoot numpad1
Jump numpad3

Edited by frickfrock999 - 10/7/11 at 6:13pm
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I've played this! But I honestly didn't like it that much. The controls felt weird. Just my opinion of course.
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No hats?
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Originally Posted by xJavontax View Post
I've played this! But I honestly didn't like it that much. The controls felt weird. Just my opinion of course.
I just mapped them to a joypad. I can't play side scrollers with a keyboard.
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Does this support online multiplayer?
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