New cool stuff on Luigi Thirty's unusual search site, including a hat rater to determine which hat is the best hat, numbered hat lists, unusual hall of fame, and lists of all of a user's unusuals. His item search engine allows you to look through other people's backpacks for items, allowing filtering for quality and level.
As a reminder, trading Humble Bundles is against our rules. Everything you want to trade must happen within a steam trade window. It's a great bundle. If you want the games in it, go purchase it yourself and support charity.
There have been a lot of phishing links recently that look similar to steam community links (with slight typos). Look extra close at the URL and verify you're on the correct steam community before logging in.
We all know that the number of hats a man has makes him what he is. But this system was a bit flawed; for some, it takes a very long time to collect materials to craft a hat, while others got a lucky hat thrown into their lap with a hat drop. Recently, the creators of the top rated Hat Simulator, Team Fortress 2, added a trading system to allow the trading of hats, allowing those with few hats to trade for a bundle of hats. Weapons can also be traded with the intent that your newly acquired weapons can be used to murder those that have more hats than you.
Using this site, you can login through steam and get started trading using a searchable interface.
TF2TP now connects to trading servers. Check them out:
Our cache says that none of the trading servers we connect to are running at the moment.
(Server info updates every two minutes.)
To-doAfter releasing this, people informed me of a few things that need changing. We'll be trying to finish these up as fast as we can. Here's the list:
- Update to do list
- Ability to modify wishlists
- Make dates show the time based on the timezone you're in
- Add some magical behind the scenes thing that matches up trades and alerts you of it.
- Add a hat and weapon counter
- Trader feedback so it's easier to find who's a scrub
Suggest an improvement
We don't think the current method of building a wishlist is the best. If you an idea for improvement, we'd love to hear it.