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Steam Greenlight Grows By 50

| 22 Jan 2014 23:30
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Another day, another dollar and another 50 games have made the cut on Steam Greenlight.

I think we're just about at the point where we can all envision Steam out on the street asking everyone who walks by if they want to be on Greenlight. I have no idea where all these games even come from, but somehow Valve has managed to scrounge up with 50 more that were good enough to get the Greenlight, the first big step toward a release on Steam.

This week's Fabulous Fifty:

  • 1heart
  • 4PM
  • Aces Wild: Maniac Brawling Action!
  • AR-K
  • Between Me and the Night
  • Block Story
  • Burning Cars
  • Catlateral Damage
  • Chronology
  • Claustrophobia: The Downward Struggle
  • Dawn of the Ronin
  • Deadbreed
  • Dethroned!
  • Dungeonforge
  • Dynamic Auto Painter x64
  • Edge of Eternity
  • Frozen State
  • GTGD S1
  • Heldric - The Legend of the Shoemaker
  • Helicopter Simulator - Search and Rescue: Natural Disasters
  • Hero Siege
  • Hunting Anubis
  • I Want To Be Human (Alpha)
  • Infectonator: Survivors
  • Influent
  • Insula
  • Inverto
  • liteCam: 100 FPS Game Capture
  • Long Night
  • Love
  • MindTex
  • MorphVOX - Voice Changer
  • New Orbit
  • No Photos, Please!
  • Painters Guild
  • Path to the Sky
  • Prominence
  • Quest of Dungeons
  • Rain World
  • Reaper - Tale of a Pale Swordsman
  • RymdResa
  • Skara - The Blade Remains
  • SpaceEngine
  • Storm United MMO FPS
  • The Gallery: Six Elements
  • Time Rifters
  • Voice of Pripyat 3D
  • Wake Up Call
  • World End Economica Episode.01
  • Zoom Player

Catlateral Damage has been getting some pretty positive coverage lately but otherwise, well, let's just say that I'm not exactly trembling with anticipation over the prospect of getting my hands on these games. That's not to say that there aren't any winners in here - there are at least a couple of Russian titles, and there's always the potential for something interesting in those - and to be fair I know nothing about any of the others so I could be overlooking some real gems, but this isn't exactly what I'd call my "Most Anticipated Releases of 2014" list.

With the pickings increasingly slim, I ask once again: Which ones are you looking forward to?

Source: Steam

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