Steam Greenlights 32 More

Steam Greenlights 32 More

Valve has given the Steam Greenlight to 32 more titles, including a bunch that are part of today's Not On Steam Sale.

Boy, the Not On Steam Sale sure worked fast, eh? Intended to draw attention to a pile of worthy indie games that are slowly working their way through the Steam Greenlight process, the sale includes several titles that are part of the latest batch of games to actually make it to the big show. That's getting things done!

As usual, Greenlight voting provided Valve "a hugely valuable point of data in gauging community interest," along with other factors like reviews, successful crowd-funding and performance on other distribution platforms. Add water, shake and pour, and this is what you get:


  • A-Train 9
  • AdventurOS
  • Age of Wushu
  • CABAL Online
  • Claire
  • Comicado
  • Crystal Kingdom
  • Death Road to Canada
  • Dysis
  • E.T. Armies
  • Eldritch
  • Fantasy Grounds Virtual RPG Tabletop
  • Fibrillation
  • Haunted
  • Hyper Light Drifter
  • Iron Soul
  • Lost Sector Online
  • McDROID
  • Mosacio - Tiling Window Manger (I get the feeling this one isn't a game)
  • MouseCraft
  • Nihilumbra
  • No Heroes
  • Of Guards and Thieves
  • PULSAR: Lost Colony
  • Race the Sun
  • The Sandbox
  • Shade 3D Basic (Also probably not a game)
  • Skyscraper Simulator
  • Slenderman's Shadow
  • Vox
  • Wildfire Worlds
  • Zombies.


I'm not familiar with most of these names but it's good to see Race the Sun and MouseCraft in there - they're both quality games and well-deserving of approval. As always, the approval process is not a release party, and each title will hit Steam independently as it comes ready.

Source: Steam

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Awww, still no Long Live The Queen.

Well, there is always next time.

The only one of those games that I gave more than a brief glance (if I saw them at all) at was E.T. Armies. It looked like your average, run of the mill military themed sci-fi shooter.

Mosacio somehow manages to combine the worst of a tiling WM and a floating WM. It's quite an achievement for a WM to be both rigid and to require dragging.

Hyper Light Drifter's Kickstarter hasn't even ended and it got through Good for them.

Isn't Age of Wushu that eastern MMO that allows players to castrate each other? I seem to remember an artticle on it a few months back.

I know some of these games, that's neat. I like to have my entire library on Steam.

Imre Csete:
Awww, still no Long Live The Queen.

Well, there is always next time.

Long Live The Queen was approved on the last batch, you need to be more dedicated to the crown, boy.

Isn't Slenderman's Shadow just a map-pack ripoff of Slender? I'd have thought the Steam Community would be a bit more selective.

Either way, good to see more indies getting some Steam-Love.

Mcoffey:
Isn't Slenderman's Shadow just a map-pack ripoff of Slender? I'd have thought the Steam Community would be a bit more selective.

Either way, good to see more indies getting some Steam-Love.

People should stop applying Slender games to greenlight altogether, imo. There are just way, way too many of them and there is very little difference between them.

 

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