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100 games get Greenlit by Valve

#1BronxstaPosted 8/28/2013 8:54:40 AM(edited)
http://indiegameenthusiast.blogspot.com/2013/08/quick-fix-100-games-greenlit-by-valve.html

"Among this current batch are the puzzle platformer Teslagrad, the abstract exploration game Against The Wall, the Mega Map/Super Smash Bros.-inspired platformer/brawler Megabyte Punch, the voxel-graphics FPS roguelike Paranautical Activity, the Road Rash spiritual successor Road Redemption, the turn based fighting game Toribash...and many more."
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#2steveboblarryPosted 8/28/2013 9:00:26 AM
Yes the valve empire is growing, all shall fall
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#3arleasPosted 8/28/2013 9:00:38 AM
From: Bronxsta | #001
the Road Rash spiritual successor Road Redemption


Great... I backed that kickstarter so I'll be looking forward to seeing it when it shows up on steam.

Paranautical Activity


It's also nice to hear that they finally got through the process. Last I had heard, the Adult Swim people were going to help get the game on steam and steam said no because they didn't want people skipping the greenlight process once they've applied to it. Basically, Adult swim was going to take a cut of the profits for doing nothing but getting the game on steam, and the guys were anxious to take the deal because they need the money.

Maybe putting it on Kickstarter helped give them the push they needed.

Looks like that kickstarter still has 6 days left on it too...

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1125357480/paranautical-activity-old-school-fps-meets-rogueli
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#4InterfusorPosted 8/28/2013 9:01:39 AM
Sturgeon's law time!

So which 10 games are the good ones?
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#5Freelance_WolfPosted 8/28/2013 9:11:44 AM(edited)
Well, only two of the games in my list got greenlighted: Depth Hunter and Zafehouse: Diaries. Still no Pro Pinball or theHunter, sadly, or Stardew Valley.

I never knew Grey Matter was in Greenlight though. I bought it on Gamersgate. Pretty good but not as good as the Gabriel Knight series, although that was expected.

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#6Doomsday FortePosted 8/28/2013 9:18:54 AM
Still no Liege. Dang.
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#7pothocketPosted 8/28/2013 9:22:09 AM
I'm not that familiar with the greenlight process. What does this mean? Are these complete games that will now be available on Steam or will they be available when they're done or are some available now?
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#8pfantzypantzPosted 8/28/2013 9:27:34 AM
Really happy that Chroma Squad got in, huzzah
#9apples1671Posted 8/28/2013 10:36:38 AM
Didn't Shadow of the Eternals fail its Kickstarter?
#10apples1671Posted 8/28/2013 10:40:14 AM
Freelance_Wolf posted...
Well, only two of the games in my list got greenlighted: Depth Hunter and Zafehouse: Diaries. Still no Pro Pinball or theHunter, sadly, or Stardew Valley.

I never knew Grey Matter was in Greenlight though. I bought it on Gamersgate. Pretty good but not as good as the Gabriel Knight series, although that was expected.


Stardew Valley has been greenlit since May.

http://steamcommunity.com/games/765/announcements/detail/1569781302750532884