Steam Greenlight

Steam Greenlight is still running, and although Valve may want to ditch it eventually, another batch have been approved this evening.

So what made the cut this time? Drox Operative which received a 9/10 from us and there’s always Lewis Denby’s adventure Richard & Alice which has finally made its way on to Steam. Here’s your run-down.

  • 9th Dawn
  • Angvik
  • BLOCKADE 3D
  • CATDAMMIT! Director’s Cat
  • The Crack
  • Cuebox: The Real 3D Pool
  • Cypress Inheritance: The Beginning
  • Detective Grimoire
  • Diehard Dungeon
  • Drox Operative
  • Energy Hook
  • EPOCH
  • Gear Jack
  • Ghostship Aftermath
  • GIGANTIC ARMY
  • Gnoblins
  • Go to Hell Dave
  • Haunt the House: Terrortown
  • I-NFECTED
  • Kholat
  • Kromaia
  • KTBG: Kill The Bad Guy
  • Mage’s Initiation: Reign of the Elements
  • Mars Colony: Challenger
  • Master Spy
  • Matador
  • The Mims Beginning
  • Murder Miners
  • TUG: The Untitled Game
  • Monria
  • Poltergeist: Pixlated Horror
  • Pengame
  • Portal: Alive & Kicking
  • Portal 2: Abyss
  • Predestination
  • PROJECT AURA
  • The Revenge
  • Reversion: A Sci-Fi Adventure Game
  • Richard & Alice
  • Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball
  • Steam Battle
  • Sunrider
  • Tech Executive Tycoon
  • Unclaimed Worlds
  • Wishful Lie (Forget Me Not Annie)
  • Yet Another Zombie Defense
Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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