Some birds showed up on the TF2 blog and left presents for Robin and the TF2 team to clean up. This cryptic Valve puzzle put up a fight for our detective and computer science departments, but we eventually concluded that the bird images are clickable.
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Vic just told me he’ll be co-hosting Podcast 17 episode 123 live in about 20 minutes (Saturday, February 19 at 6:00 p.m.).
I’ll save the fluff, so here’s a link to the livestream page, the agenda, and here’s the playlist file you need to listen with (it should be compatible with most modern media players). Alternatively, the podcast will be available for download in a day or two.
Everybody tune in and give it a listen!
[Vic: The episode has just been released in MP3 form. Head over here to download it.]
In a recent move to extend Steam Community, Valve announced that a new screenshot feature is in beta for testing. The new system allows players to take screenshots and upload them to Steam Cloud for others to see.
Valve has been doing all sorts of ingenius marketing lately, and just in time for the holiday season. With 1,000+ games on sale and daily bundles and deals, the newest sale is larger than anything done in past years.
Not to be confused with regular old paint, rumors hint that an update will be landing in the TF2-verse with better paint effects for hats, and the name behind everything is Daimao.
Preparing for the celebration of turkey day and Black Friday, there is a massive Steam sale going on until the 29th featuring daily sales (friend packs included) and giveaways.
Some of this news is extremely old, but it’s been piling up and I felt that it deserved recognition.
The offices here at Lambda Generation aren’t exactly on par with your regular cubicle complex – or public restroom, honestly. The recent roof accident and my dirigible… antics didn’t exactly help.
We already know who came up with the ingenius “E” in the logo, and this animation shed slight on how someone went about getting a valve stuck in their skull.
Trashing Kotaku! Jabbing at Machinima.com! Vic’s melodious voice!
While Valve has been busy handing out paper-wrapped, freshly-jiggleboned mackerel, they also gave Firearms: Source Steamworks, allowing for achievements, stats, and recognition on the Steam store.