This is a subreddit for Steam users that are looking to trade their games.
Want to trade physical games? Try /r/gameswap.
Want to trade gift-cards for money? Try /r/giftcardexchange.
Want to trade TF2 items? Try /r/tf2trade.
Want to trade Dota 2 items? Try /r/dota2trade.
Want to trade CS:GO items? Try /r/globaloffensivetrade.
Want to trade trading cards? Try /r/steamtradingcards.
Want to trade coupons? Try /r/steamcoupons.
A Subreddit for spreading the joy of gifting in Team Fortress 2! Low Tier Trader? Medium/High Tier Trader? Not even a trader? Doesn't matter! We personally welcome you to have a fun time and talk about TF2, get gifts, and gift people!
We talk about classes, weapons, tactics, and strategy, and we don't always agree (which is a good thing). We've got tech support, console support, scripting help, and of course piles and piles of tips for beginner and intermediate players.
Ask questions. Share your experiences. We'll learn the game together.
Play it Forward: Receive a game, play it, then give it to someone else.
This subreddit is about gifting more than receiving, you are expected to give back if you receive a game.
Create a thread to give a game, you can hold a contest or pick a random winner. The winner plays the game, then buys a copy and makes their own giveaway.
Please read the complete rules and guidelines, for all the details.
The Source Filmmaker (SFM) is the movie-making tool built and used by Valve to make movies inside the Source game engine. Because the SFM uses the same assets as the game, anything that exists in the game can be used in the movie, and vice versa. By utilizing the hardware rendering power of a modern gaming PC, the SFM allows storytellers to work in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get environment so they can iterate in the context of what it will feel like for the final audience.