Valve today revealed the third set of games and first set of Software titles to advance through Steam Greenlight and be offered worldwide distribution via the popular platform for games and software.
The latest collection of games and first set of Software titles to advance through Greenlight were selected for having either the highest number of positive votes or on an incredible upward trajectory since being added to Greenlight.
With these titles, 13 games and six Software titles (see full list below), a total of 50 titles have advanced through Steam Greenlight and been offered Steam distribution agreements since Greenlight launched in August.
Alden Kroll of Valve said:
“In just three months, the community has helped us identify 50 new titles for us to offer via Steam. With the help of Greenlight, the indie games market share of games sold on Steam has increased by 50 percent for a third consecutive year. That’s a stat we are proud of, but one we also hope to increase as we learn more about Greenlight and continue to refine it in the new year.”
Steam Greenlight is a new platform feature that enlists the community’s help in selecting some of the next games to be released on Steam. Launched on August 30, Greenlight allows developers and publishers to post information and media about their game in an effort to convince Community members that their game should be released on Steam.
New Steam Greenlight Games
-Blackspace -Darkfall Unholy Wars -Dawn of Fantasy -Dragon’s Lair -Euro Truck Simulator 2 -Gear Up -Kinetic Void – Space Adventure -The Light -No Time To Explain -Primordia -Sang-Froid : Tales of Werewolves -StarForge -Waking Mars
First Steam Greenlight Software Titles
-Action! Screen Recorder -Bandicam: Game Recorder -Construct 2 -Display Fusion -HitFilm 2 -You Need A Budget 4
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