With Killing Floor well ahead on both Best PC Shooter 2009 and Best PC Game Expansion of 2009 I encourage anyone that hasn't already voted to head on over and vote for Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad for Most Anticipated PC Game of 2010! Voting ends tommorow, so this is your last chance to vote!
Today only Killing Floor is on sale on Steam for 75% off - that's only $4.99 in the US (other territories will be 75% of the normal price as well). So if you don't have Killing Floor, or have friends that want to get Killing Floor, or want to buy Killing Floor for someone as a gift, now is the time to act!!! Head on over to the Steam store page now:
Now some game's communities have encouraged thier poeple to cheat the voting on this site. I highly discourage anyone from doing this, and will not tell anyone how it is done. If we win, we want to win fair and square.
Tripwire Interactive are honored to have several of our games selected as candidates for the Voodoo Extreme 2009 Reader's Choice Awards. Killing Floor is up for "Best PC Shooter 2009" and "Best PC Game Expansion of 2009". Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad is up for "Most Anticipated PC Game of 2010". Head on over now and cast the votes for your favorites:
Tripwire Interactive Snowstorm Game Event – Free content added to all Tripwire Interactive games, Weekend Sale on Red Orchestra, and Guest Passes for Killing Floor
Roswell, GA, 11 Dec 2009: Tripwire Interactive is pleased to announce the massive Snowstorm game event featuring free content updates and deals for all Tripwire Interactive games. The quick summary is:
4 stunning new maps for Killing Floor, from the winners of the Grindhouse Custom Map Making Competition. Defense Alliance 2 – a free total conversion mod for Killing Floor, featuring team-based futuristic combat. And more zombies, too. A huge update for the Mare Nostrum mod for Red Orchestra A price reduction on Red Orchestra to $9.99, with a weekend sale at $4.99 (a further 50% off) from Friday through Monday 14th December AND 2 Guest Passes for all owners of Killing Floor
With another 50 entries in Wave 2 of the Killing Floor “Grindhouse” Mapping Contest, the quality has truly astounded us this time. The judging came down to the wire, with the top two maps being separated by the smallest possible amount. After many re-counts, KF-Icebreaker, created by Damien Laurent and Yoann Guilloud takes the grand prize of $10,000, just edging out KF-Departed, created by Jeroen van Wamelen and Jessy De Lannoit. Both are superb maps and the judges have enjoyed playing them!
Our congratulations go out to all the entrants in the contest. Once again, the Killing Floor community has put in a huge effort, creating over 100 maps during the course of the competition. The top 3 maps from Wave 2, along with their prizes, are:
1. First Place – KF-Icebreaker by Damien Laurent and Yoann Guilloud wins the $10,000 grand prize. One of the most ambitious, creative, and visually stunning Killing Floor maps entered in the contest, Icebreaker is set on a large icebreaking ship that is pitching and rolling in the middle of a fierce storm.
2. Second Place – KF-Departed by Jeroen van Wamelen and Jessy De Lannoit, wins an Nvidia 3D Vision bundle (22" 120Hz Samsung LCD + 3D Vision glasses), plus a G19 keyboard, a G13 advanced gameboard and an MX518 optical gaming mouse, all from Logitech. Departed is a visually impressive level set in an industrial city area outside of London. Featuring hectic gameplay this map plays as good as it looks.
3. Third Place – KF-Crash by Michael Hewish and Corey Sine wins a G19 keyboard, a G13 advanced gameboard and an MX518 optical gaming mouse, all from Logitech. Crash is an impressive remake of a classic custom map for the original Killing Floor mod. The map is set in an urban storage facility where your team’s helicopter has crashed.
Here is the full list of runners-up, along with their prizes:
KF-Suburbia by Pail Peccia and Carson Smith – Logitech G15 keyboard KF-RaccoonInternationalAirportSP by James Lovegrove and Allan Scott – Logitech G15 keyboard KF-Chthon by Florian Liederbach – Logitech G13 keyboard KF-TheDarkestRoads by Justyn Toohill – Logitech MX518 optical gaming mouse
We are happy to announce that Killing Floor is now available in stores in Australia. The first chain is JB Hi-Fi, across the country. Our thanks to N3V Games, the local distributor in Australia, for this one. MSRP for the retail version is $29.95 (Aussie dollars) and the game is rated MA 15+, for the same version available on Steam or in stores across Europe and North America.