Second batch of games passes Steam Greenlight


Just over a month after Valve announced the first ten games to be given the go-ahead through its Greenlight service, another 21 indie titles have garnered enough user support to be featured on Steam.

Steam Greenlight is a crowd-sourcing initiative on the digital distribution platform that allows developers a chance to showcase their games to millions of users. If given enough positive feedback, those games could then make their way onto the Steam marketplace.

This time around, titles like the futuristic first-person shooter NEOTOKYO and the ridiculously crude POSTAL 2 COMPLETE join the ranks of McPixel and Black Mesa.

According to Valve, the newest batch of approved titles was added to the original ten because of “the number and quality of games submitted, and the ship date of many of the top-ranking titles.” Of the titles approved so far, only McPixel has been released through the service.

While some of the games on the service could be sold on Steam for a price, a number of the games already approved have been free mods for Half-Life 2 or free-to-play in general. You can check out the full list of approved games after the jump.

  • Afterfall InSanity Extended Edition
  • AirBuccaneers
  • Blockscape
  • Contrast
  • Fly’n
  • Folk Tale
  • Forge
  • Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams (Project Giana)
  • Gnomoria
  • Interstellar Marines
  • Lost Story: The Last Days of Earth
  • Miasmata
  • Miner Wars 2081
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch
  • Perpetuum
  • Secrets of Grindea
  • The Intruder
  • The Stanley Parable: HD Remix
  • Yogventures!

Are the any titles that interest you? Let us know in the comments below.


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