Steam Greenlights 100 Games

Steam has greenlit one-hundred games today including Precursor Games' Shadow of the Eternals, which failed to meet its funding goal on Kickstarter earlier this month. Addressing the community in an update today, Valve Software's Alden Kroll said that the company decided to release all of these new games as part of a stress test of the Steam Greenlight system.

"As we work to streamline the publishing workflow and improve the tools available to developers preparing for release on Steam, we've reached a point where we are ready to stress-test our system" Kroll wrote. "The best way to accomplish this is to invite a significant number of developers to use the updated tools and systems, ship their games and software with these tools, and to give us feedback so that we may continue to improve the process."

Kroll went on to say that this was a major milestone for the Greenlight system, but also emphasized that this large number of greenlit games is a rare occasion that likely won't happen again.

You can check out the full list below:

  • 1953 – KGB Unlimited
  • 8BitMMO
  • A Walk in the Dark
  • Against the Wall
  • Armikrog.
  • Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator
  • Automation: The Car Company Tycoon Game
  • Battle Nations
  • Black Annex
  • Blockland
  • Bloody Trapland
  • Bridge Constructor
  • Bridge It
  • Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils
  • Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land
  • Chroma Squad
  • City Car Driving
  • Constant C
  • Cook, Serve, Delicious!
  • Craft the World
  • Crayola Art Studio
  • Croixleur
  • C-Wars
  • Damned
  • Darkout
  • Dead Cyborg
  • Delver
  • Delver's Drop
  • Depth Hunter
  • Dino Run SE
  • Dominions 3: The Awakening
  • Doorways
  • Draw a Stickman: EPIC
  • Dungeon Dashers
  • Dysfunctional Systems: Learning to Manage Chaos
  • Eleusis
  • Escape Goat
  • Exoplanet: First Contact
  • Flightless
  • Forge Quest
  • Freedom Planet
  • Galactic Arms Race
  • Gravi
  • Gray Matter
  • Guise of the Wolf
  • Hoodwink
  • Iesabel
  • InFlux
  • Kainy
  • Kingdoms Rise
  • Knock-Knock
  • Knytt Underground
  • Legend of Iya
  • Legend of the Knightwasher
  • Legends of Aethereus
  • Megabyte Punch
  • Melody's Escape
  • Mortal Online: The Awakening
  • MovieWriterPro
  • Multimedia Fusion 2
  • Mutant Mudds
  • NEO Scavenger
  • NEStalgia
  • Omegalodon
  • Oniken
  • Paranautical Activity
  • Poker Smash
  • Pool Nation
  • Project Black Sun
  • ProjectNimbus
  • Rawbots
  • Ray's the Dead
  • Rebirth
  • Reprisal
  • Risk of Rain
  • Road Redemption
  • Running With Rifles
  • Salvation Prophecy
  • Shadow of the Eternals
  • Shantae: Risky's Revenge
  • Signal Ops
  • Signs of Life
  • Silent Storm
  • Son of Nor
  • Songs2See Ultimate
  • Soul Saga
  • Super Amazing Wagon Adventure
  • Survive
  • sZone-Online
  • Talisman Digitacl Edition
  • Teslagrad
  • The Cat Lady
  • The Impossible Game
  • The Last Phoenix
  • The Plan
  • Toribash
  • Underrail
  • Warmachine: Tactics
  • Zafehouse: Diaries

 Source: Polygon

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  1. 0
    Conster says:

    Aren't the Ace Attorney and Professor Layton games visual novels, as well as 999, Virtue's Last Reward, Ghost Trick, Another Code and Hotel Dusk? If so, I don't really get the bad rap – probably ignorance.

  2. 0
    Thipp says:

    As a Steam user who has no interest in visual novels I really can't speak for their prevelance on the platform as I have never looked but just looking at the mouse over text for a few of the games on that list I came across Dysfunctional Systems which says it is a visual novel. 

  3. 0
    IanC says:

    No visual novels though. The Steam Community are very anti visual novels, everyone i backed has comments about how disgusting they are (even though if they are coming to Steam, they cant be H titles can they?)


    On the other hand, yay Warmachine Tactics (hope they give a code for the Kickstarter backers) and Talisman

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