October 30, 2009 in Writing
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October 30, 2009 · Writing

Halloween Team Fortress 2

Last year, my friends from computer science decided to do something geeky for Halloween:

What could be geekier than going to Halloween as video game characters from TF2? (If you don’t know what TF2 is and have a winter break to waste, click here.)

Close enough?

This certainly wasn’t the first time it’s been done. Heck, it’s even been done in Lego.

But none of these other guys had a backdrop quite as video-game-like as the Bahen Centre (computer science HQ) at UofT.

Halloween TF2


Halloween TF2

And here are some individual shots of the characters:

Pyro

Haloween TF2

Sniper

Haloween TF2


Haloween TF2

Engineer

Haloween TF2

Scout

Halloween TF2

Haloween TF2

Halloween TF2

Spies

Halloween TF2

Demoman

Halloween TF2

Medics

Halloween TF2

Halloween TF2

A cameo

The spy character in TF2 has the special ability to disguise himself as another player:

When disguised in TF2, you will resemble a Spy wearing a “cardboard-cutout mask” of your chosen class, to your teammates. This will help to distinguish you from an actual enemy player.

Here’s my friend Ian disguised as a certain blogger/photographer:

Haloween TF2


Update: you may also like the shenanigans from this year: Halloween 2.0: Social Media Edition.

 

This entry was written by Andrew Louis on October 30, 2009 and posted in Writing. It's tagged with , , , , .