games.on.net’s Team Fortress 2 community night is tonight!

Team Fortress 2 Earbuds

By on December 2, 2013 at 8:13 pm

As you know, the first Monday of every month is the night we get together in Team Fortress 2 to shoot, stab, bludgeon and otherwise destroy each other for several hours of hilarious FPS fun.

Games are happening right now, and you want to connect yourself to:

games.on.net #001 – Community Games Night! (203.26.94.58:27015)
games.on.net #002 – Community Games Night! (203.34.186.36:27015)
games.on.net #003 – Community Games Night! (203.34.186.70:27015)

…to be part of the festivities.

See you there!

4 comments (Leave your own)

“What’s a manhood?”
Oy Vey!

Nah, seriously. Love you guys. First monday of every month is a good monday.

 

Good melee times everyone. Good melee times. I forget the name of the guy who killed me 17,000 times with the RIFT fire axe as a pyro, but rest assured: I hate you.

 
charliebrownau

Any chance we could get the TF2 Steam backup files mirrored on games.on.net file mirror site ? Ages ago steam removed the content banner so we no longer know which content server stuff is coming from.

 
NoobyMcNoobnoob

damn i thoguht it was Tuesdays for some reason

 
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