Valve has announced today that their Greenlight platform through which the Steam community decides which games deserve a helping hand from Valve getting their games listed on Steam has approved 10 new projects.
If you remember when we told you about Anodyne’s donation promotion that was going on with Promo Bay, then you’ll be glad to know the project has been approved for Steam’s digital distribution store. The Greenlight program is just one of many reasons why we think Valve is a leader in the game industry and making decisions that further the game experience.
The games today green-lit are: Anodyne, Distance, Evoland, Huntsman: The Orphanage, Kingdom Rush, Legends of Dawn, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Receiver, Surgeon Simulator 2013, War Thunder. The following ‘software titles’ have also been announced with the Greenlight program and will be coming to Steam: Black Ink, Driver Fusion.
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