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Team Fortress Classic





One of the most popular online action games of all time, Team Fortress Classic features over nine character classes -- from Medic to Spy to Demolition Man -- enlisted in a unique style of online team warfare.

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One of the most popular online action games of all time, Team Fortress Classic features over nine character classes -- from Medic to Spy to Demolition Man -- enlisted in a unique style of online team warfare. Each character class possesses unique weapons, items, and abilities, as teams compete online in a variety of game play modes.

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Thursday, April 1, 1999
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 500 MHZ
  • RAM: 96MB
  • Video Card: 16MB
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection


  • OS: OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Hard Drive Space: 4GB
  • Processor: NVIDIA GeForce 8 or higher, ATI X1600 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection
Recommended Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 800 MHZ
  • RAM: 128MB
  • Video Card: 32+MB
  • Other: Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

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Reviews for Team Fortress Classic

One of the best GoldSrc games!

The best way to explain Team Fortress Classic to a Team Fortress 2 player is TF2 meets GoldSrc. Graphics are pretty nice for GoldSrc game, classes are the same as in Team Fortress 2, graphics are pretty nice and TF2 player might notice some of the maps by names. The map 2fort for example, although different it looks alot like the new 2fort map seen in Team Fortress 2. There are few reasons why I'd choose this over the new TF2, and half of the reasons are related to the GoldSrc engine and Half-Life, the administrator's voice sounds exactly like Half-Life's Black Mesa administrator which is awesome! The game also doesn't have any other weapons than what you have been given by default, the game is not Free-To-Play, meaning no "crates" or "keys", and the GoldSrc graphics and detail will never leave the "gaming-side" of my heart. I'd chose this over Team Fortress 2, and I'm glad the game is still very active.

A good old classic

It feels weird to play in 2016 with old graphics, but the gameplay is very similar to its descendant (Vanilla Team Fortress 2). All the focus is on the battle, no cool clothes, no unusual effects. You play in a Half-Life 1 style with some pretty decent weapons. The only problem is that you'll mainly be able to play with bots, as there aren't many people still playing this game. Overall it's a cool game to try.

The precursor of the f2p shooter

TFC shows how team fortress 2 would be without cosmetics, f2p players and not in a cartoonish style, but in my eyes it is kind of outdated, i hardly see an active server in my region and the game has some low quality graphics but still playable,just buy if you pretend to remember the old times.

For Nostalgia only - aged tremendously

Some may be tempted to visit TF2's roots and pick this up for cheap, but with a combination of dated graphics, gameplay dwarfed by its upgraded sequel and empty servers, TF Classic is not a must buy. In its day, it was an innovative founder of the team-based shooter, introducing classes to the FPS genre as well as mirroring Counterstrike with the development of objective based gameplay. Today, it doesn't stand up to the test and a buyer would be better off with its sequel - which has long since become free to play.

Quite entertaining

This is essentially a remake of the original Team Fortress, a mod for Quake which was around years earlier. It originally started out life itself as a mod for Half-Life, like many Valve games, and sees you selecting a side: red or blue. From there you can choose your class, and each class has different set weapons (you can’t swap them for something else) as well as unique abilities – the engineer for example can build turrets which can then defend an area autonomously, until they are destroyed. Engineers can also manufacture ammunition for the rest of the team, and repair armour. The objective depends on the game mode. You might have to control enemy territory, thereby defeating the opposing side and winning the match, or capture their flag and return it to your base. This is much like any other side versus side game, like Quake 3 Arena, but the class system that Q3A lacks adds an extra element to it: team work. Each player has a role to fulfil, and by working together and using your class’s skills at maximum efficiency, you will stand a better chance of winning. This is the original class-based multiplayer game, and paved the way for many others, like Day of Defeat and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, straight through to Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Team Fortress 2. It's hard to recommend this title because it is outdated and Team Fortress 2, the game's sequel, is even free to play on Steam nowadays, but if you don’t quite like the cartoonish graphical style of Team Fortress 2, and want something a bit more gritty and old school, then try this instead.

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