Steam has just revealed the seventy five new games that will be included in its games catalogue through Greenlight.

One of the most notable games is the classic MMO Ultima Online which was revived just a few weeks ago on Greenlight. Another notable game include a “planet management” game called Universim, which allows players to not only expand a civilisation from the dawn of man to modern day but also care for them as they travel into the stars. Like Ultima Online, Universim didn’t spend long on Greenlight before it was given the green light.

Steam’s Greenlight feature allows users to vote on which games they’d like to see Steam digitally distribute, the games that get the most votes will be distributed. The feature was first implemented in 2012 and has sincle doubled the number of indie games in Steam’s catalogue.

You can see the full list of Greenlight games HERE.

Source: IGN

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