1. "Good game". Used at the end of rounds/games of multiplayer games such as Halo, Counter Strike etc. It can also be used to mock an opposing team for not doing well.
2. "Gun Game". A mode of play in Counter-Strike: Source. At the beginning of the game each player starts with a glock. When they get a glock frag (kill) they get the USP either immediately or when the next round starts. The order of guns is approximately as follows:
The order of weapons through which the player goes differs between servers. Sometimes it will also require two frags on the current level to advance, the rules differ from server to server. Sometimes the auto-snipers (G3 and SG-550) and the AWP are included, sometimes they aren't.
Once someone is knifed by someone who is actually on the knife level, the server changes map if it hasn't already done so for any other reason (RockTheVote, an admin changing it etc). If a player knifes someone while not on the knife level, the victim may lose a level and the killer gain one (not always however). Usually knifing someone won't get a player past the grenade level.
GunGame maps conventionally start with gg. E.g. gg_aim_shotty or gg_aim_close or gg_autumn.
1. <CT> GG guys
<T>WTF? you guys pwned us
2. A GunGame server will usually have GG in its name to denote that it runs the GunGame mod.
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