Steam Community Greenlights Twelve New Games

February 26, 2013 -

Valve has revealed the next 12 software titles that have been approved by the community as part of its Steam Greenlight system. There are some pretty nifty games and utilities in the mix this time out including Anodyne (a game that was given away by its developers on Pirate Bay and saw a surge in votes on Greenlight as a result), the painting program Black Ink, the crazy survival racing game Distance, a PC optimization program called Driver Fusion, the PC version of the popular mobile title Organ Trail: Director's Cut the much-anticipated port of Kingdom Rush, and many more.

A full list can be found below:

•Black Ink – This innovative painting tool gives artists a incredibly powerful customization of brushes.

•Driver Fusion – Keep your PC optimized and running fast, easily managing your devices and removing unnecessary drivers.

•Anodyne – The two-man development team behind Anodyne recently gave away the game on Pirate Bay, sparking a huge surge in votes and attention from the community and press.

•Distance – Featured in PC Gamer’s ‘best pc games of 2013’ and successfully funded on Kickstarter, Distance is a unique survival racing game where you boost, jump, rotate, and even fly through a chaotic and twisted city.

•Evoland – This journey through the history of action/adventure gaming caught our attention early on with their dramatic gameplay video and proved to also be a community favorite, getting voted up the charts in just a month.

•Huntsman:The Orphanage – This unconventional survival-horror game has captured the interest of the community by showing a lot of detail, posting gameplay videos and responding frequently to fans.

•Kingdom Rush – This highly rated tower-defense mobile game comes to PC and Mac, exciting the gaming press and picking up supporters across the Greenlight community.

•Legends of Dawn – This open-world RPG has moved up the Greenlight charts quickly and steadily since being posted at the end of December. Along the way, they almost doubled their funding goal on Kickstarter.

•Organ Trail: Director's Cut – This retro zombie survival game brings you back to the days of gaming where your friends lived long enough to die of dysentery.

•Receiver – Detailed FPS game that puts you in control of solving puzzles and the mechanics of operating your weapons.

•Surgeon Simulator 2013 – This simulation game quickly climbed the charts with their free demo and hilariously tricky gameplay.

•War Thunder – This World War II MMO has seen huge success in its open beta, already logging a half-million players and tens of millions of hours played, translating to a huge community of voters on Greenlight as well.

Source: Blue's News


 
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