Straight from the files of "strange cross-promotions" comes this announcement from Twisted Pixel that starting on Valentine's Day and running to February 27th, the third Ms. Splosion Man
challenge will force participants to break 33 panes of glass. The five fastest times in this challenge will win, I **** you not, an Omaha Steak Filet prize pack.
I've long suspected that there's no group of people weirder or more twisted than those individual that work in the marketing departments for videogame publishers and developers, and contests like this one only re-enforce such notions. I like steak as much as the next non-vegan, but the last thing I think about when I think of videogames is slabs of raw meat. No judgement, however, as my simple pea-mind probably just isn't capable of operating on such an enlightened level.
For full details and a million Omaha Steak links, follow the jump.
Ms. Splosion Man Unveils The “Shoot The Glass” Challenge
TMS Challenge Awards Omaha Steak Prize Pack
Feb 13th, 2012 - Austin, TX - Twisted Pixel announces the 3rd in a series of themed challenges for Ms. Splosion Man beginning on Valentines day. The challenge shows up in the opening menu of the main game, but only for the duration of the contest, which runs February 14th - 27th. Twisted Pixel has teamed up with Omaha Steaks for a big meaty challenge sure to make your mouth water.
In this challenge there are 33 panes of glass that taunt you with their fiendish transparentness. Can you find and break them all? Each one missed will add 10 seconds to the finish time, so players need to keep a sharp eye! Since breaking glass doesn’t satiate the need for sploding meats, the fine folks at Omaha Steaks have graciously offered to supply the prize for this challenge. The five (5) fastest U.S. times on the leaderboard by end of day February, 27th will win an Omaha Steak Filet prize pack!
Everyone can play, but U.S. participants are only eligible to win the steaks due to edible goods shipping regulations. For more information on the fine products from Omaha Steaks, please visit www.omahasteaks.com
and follow via twitter @OmahaSteaks
About Twisted Pixel Games, LLC
Founded in 2006 by industry veterans, Twisted Pixel is the independent game development studio behind the 2009 IGF finalist and 2008 PAX 10 Audience Choice Award winning game The Maw for Xbox LIVE® Arcade, Steam, and Direct2Drive. Their accomplishments continue with the successes of the award winning Splosion Man, Comic Jumper, and Ms Splosion Man, along with the soon-to-be-released Kinect title The Gunstringer. Twisted Pixel specializes in character-driven, original IP titles that shake up what games are all about. Memorable characters, creative gameplay, and impressive presentation is our focus. Learn more at www.TwistedPixelGames.com. and Twitter @twisted_pixel.
About Omaha Steaks
Omaha Steaks manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of premium steaks, red meats and other gourmet foods. These products are custom cut and packaged to serve the needs of our various markets. We are a family business and have been since our founding in 1917.
Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, our state-of-the-art business facilities include two manufacturing plants, a distribution center, and a freezer warehouse. In 1999, our new corporate and marketing offices opened, adjacent to our expanded telemarketing facility.
Markets nationwide and overseas include foodservice
, mail order
, retail stores,
licensed restaurants sales to specialty and food stores, and in 1990, online sales
. OmahaSteaks.com, Inc. was founded as a separate company to provide more comprehensive service and an incredible shopping experience for our customers. The brand, Omaha Steaks, has been promoted and advertised for 40 years and is positioned as the ultimate in superb service and quality.
Now more than 1,800 dedicated employees share in the success of the company and work diligently to assure customer satisfaction. Striving to be a premier employer, Omaha Steaks has won public recognition and awards for its benefits package and family-friendly policies, both locally and nationwide.