TagPro

Genre: Arcade, Indie

Platforms: Web browser

TagPro is a free-to-play online multiplayer capture the flag video game originally designed and programmed by Nick Riggs. The first version was released in February 2013, after Riggs began experimenting with software platform Node.js. The game is named after one of its three obtainable power-ups. It follows the basic rules of capture the flag, along with some modifications, including power-ups, spikes, and other map elements.... Read More

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hashtag
1 reviews

I've been playing TagPro for over a year now and it has never gotten boring, just something about being thrown together with three random people and pitting yourselves against another team touches me in all the right places.

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Sloppy
1 reviews

TagPro is the most fun you can have with arrow keys. The gameplay is awesome and the community is even better. TagPro is without question the best browser game ever made.

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thevdude
1 reviews

Great 98%

Tagpro is basically as a simple of a game as you can get, while still being really, really, REALLY fun. The controls are: arrow keys or WASD to move. That's it. It's the same for everyone else. There are powerups you can pick up on the map, but otherwise everyone has the same control, it is completely a game of skill. There are a ton of different maps that get rotated through for play, most of which are community created, and new music is created... Read More
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Nebuchanezar
1 reviews

TagPro is a great game to play both casually and competitively. While the community isn't extremely large, there are a ton of great people to be met in public games and on the mumble server. The gameplay is deliciously simple while the movement system takes time to master. Teamwork is an integral part of the game while spectacular individual plays make for memorable moments at every turn.

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Tumblewood
1 reviews

Good 90%

I'll just give an explanation of each portion of the advanced rating I gave: - Story is a 10 because giving it a 0 for not being applicable wouldn't do TagPro justice. - Graphics are a 6; they should be improved on, both in the menus and in-game. This is why I highly recommend using a texture pack (don't worry, they're easy to use). Occasionally graphical glitches will happen, but they do not interfere with the game and are usually due to lag. Un... Read More
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