Valve adds 20 more games

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Valve has added 20 more games to its game content list thanks to its project Steam Greenlight. The list goes as follows:

  • Afterfall InSanity Extended Edition
  • AirBuccaneers
  • Blockscape
  • Contrast
  • Fly’n
  • Folk Tale
  • Forge
  • Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams (Project Giana)
  • Gnomoria
  • Interstellar Marines
  • Lost Story: The Last Days of Earth
  • Miasmata
  • Miner Wars 2081
  • NEOTOKYO
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch
  • Perpetuum
  • POSTAL 2 COMPLETE
  • Secrets of Grindea
  • The Intruder
  • The Stanley Parable: HD Remix
  • Yogventures!

The Steam Greenlight project has been going on for the past several months – it leaves it to the user community to decide what content to get on Steam and in fact it has been working really well. On the other hand the project is a chance for developers too – they can post information about a given game, including screenshots and video and then try to solicit community support. If they succeed they know the game has a home and fans that will buy it – without wasting time and money on projects that are likely to fail. It definitely is a win-win situation.

And the latest proof to this claim is the games list itself – Valve planned to release ten games only but thanks to community support 20 games made it to Steam – a feast for games and developers alike!


Source: Hot Hardware

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