Last Updated on July 21, 2023
Teeworlds is a free online multiplayer game. Battle with up to 16 players in a variety of game modes, including Team Deathmatch and Capture The Flag. You can even design your own maps.
Teeworlds is a fast-paced sidescrolling multiplayer-only shoot ’em up computer game. The game features cartoon-themed graphics and physics, and relies heavily on classic shooter weaponry and gameplay. The controls are heavily inspired by the First-person shooter genre of computer games.
You are a Tee, a strange small bug with eyes, hands and feet.
- High quality graphics and sound.
- Assortment of weapons:
- Grenade launcher.
- Laser Gammer.
- Samurai sword.
- Grappling hook.
- Own physics model with gravity and double-jump mechanics.
- Various game modes:
- Deathmatch – a free for all.
- Team Deathmatch – two Teams fight : Red versus Blue. The goal is to frag your enemy and not die.
- Capture the Flag – two Teams fight. You must keep your flag and go to search the enemy one.
- Race mode (unofficial).
- Demo recording.
- Server browser.
- In-game voting.
- 16-player limit.
- Custom maps.
- Teeworlds database with hundreds of custom skins, and game world replacements.
- Auto team balance.
- Design your own maps.
- Cross-platform support – runs under all major operating systems.
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