TF2Ware is a custom SourceMod game mode and accompanying map that emulates the gameplay style of the WarioWare game series on Nintendo consoles.
The gameplay within the map involves all players participating in randomly chosen 'microgames', simple tasks with short instructions and a duration of less than 5 seconds. Players are automatically changed to the class the microgame (or their role within the microgame) requires, are generally forced to wield a specific weapon (or whatever is currently in the required slot), and do not have any ammunition or cannot melee unless the microgame requires it. Players earn one point per microgame that they 'win', and as soon as one player has 18 points a Boss Stage is begun, which is longer (about one minute on average) and slightly more complex than the normal microgames, and always has a dedicated environment within the map. The player with the most points following a Boss Stage is given free rein to kill all other players on the stage, after which the flow of gameplay is looped and everybody's score resets to 0.
ww_list - Lists all microgames and their IDs
ww_enable (0/1) - Enables/Disables TF2 Ware.
ww_force (0) - Force a certain minigame (0 to not force).
ww_speed (1.0) - Speed level.
ww_log (0/1) - Log server events?
ww_special (0/1) - Next round is special round?
ww_gamemode (-1) - Gamemode. 0 to force normal, 1 to force Wipeout.
ww_force_special (0) - Force a certain special round
The issues will not be addressed as we have moved on to a sequel to this gamemode. Anyone can feel free to attempt to correct it. The issues are minor and should have no real significance.
- Players are sometimes randomly not given a weapon
- The map sometimes returns an inline error to clients joining late. This is a TF2 bug.
- Download SDKHooks and
- Download the Plugin HERE
- Download the Map HERE
- Extract the files onto the server and fastDL.
No, it will NOT work on a listen server.
The latest source
is available for anyone at the SVN repository. You will need an assembla account.
Disclaimer: This material is provided "as is", with absolutely no warranty or support expressed or implied; not even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.