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No More Room in Hell
Now Available [FREE]
October 31, 2013 - Xendrid
"Two years. That’s how long it has been since our team’s first release of No More Room in Hell, to the day. It was October 31, 2011 and we were nervous, frightened, anxious, terrified and more excited than we ever thought possible. At least, that was until today. It has been a very long and strange path from this game’s humble beginnings as a pre-emptive mod for Half-Life 2 started in 2003 by a doe-eyed optimistic young go-getter named Coleman Sweeney, to my inheritance of the No More Room in Hell name, all the way through until today: our breakthrough release on Valve’s Steam platform.
Today we are bringing to the world the best version of No More Room in Hell to date with more content than ever before. Although we believed that the anticipation and excitement we experienced during the original release phase of No More Room in Hell could never be surpassed, this new cornerstone in the games development has proven that thought very wrong. To be delivering a game made solely from passion, fandom and friendship on a premiere platform like Steam to thousands of players is both mind-blowing, and humbling.
Our game is, as always, 100% completely free. All we want is to deliver a fun experience that we hope all of our fans new and old enjoy together.
Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Matt ‘Maxx’ Kazan and as project manager it is my pleasure to present No More Room in Hell 1.07, now available on Steam."
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