In a rare case of VAL Ve
not using VAL Ve
time (neither delaying nor realeasing early), Steam Greenlight
has gone live. So far there are more than 250 submisions, some of them are you may recognize them from other places such as Desura and it's Indie Royale
Bundle (for example Dino Run SE
, Wyv and Keep
) or because they are quitte famous like Project Zomboid
(if it is greenlighted everyone who already owns it will receive it on Steam for free
) or maybe the DLC parody game DLC Quest
What are your favourites, the ones you would like to share or see greenlighted?
Greenlighted games can be found here
Here is a list of some games that where featured in Indie Royale
that are trying to be greenlighted:
wants to see upvoted:
Games mentioned by Sgt Ricko
Games that Shadow Scythe
want them to make it to Steam:
Age of Decadence
a Fallout 1/Arcanum-like WRPG with elements of Planescape Torment set in a post apocalyptic Ancient Rome-esque setting.
A light hearted dungeon cralwer.
From Fuzzy Boots
Gary CX Jk
I'm interested in Pro Wrestling X: Uprising
. It's a wrestling game made by fans and for fans. The intent is to allow extreme modifiability in terms of being able to add new characters, locations, and moves. I like the various WWE vs. RAW / Whatever games, but some of them get so stale in terms of forcing you along particular storylines...
Earl of Sandvich
...I'm a fan of the dev's previous games (like Notrium
Well, speaking of Notrium
)...really hope if there's Steam version there's some updates and such...it was freeware originally after all...need some incentives to actually buy...
Also, Mutant Mudds
Also, also: TOME 4
)...LOVE the game, but also another freeware getting in...
): Basically open-source version of Escape Velocity series, although with original content and implementation (the base mechanics are quite the same, but with things added)...the author says it'll be free even on Steam...
wants to see greenligthed:
: Cool-looking film-noir stealth game.
: Sequel to what was one of my all time favorites as a kid.
: Looks like platforming meets World of Goo
. Great art style and music.
: Cartoony FPS that looks similar to XIII. Has modding tools and a soundtrack by none other than Bobby Prince
The Five Cores
: A gorgeous looking Myst-style game in realtime 3d.
Legends of the Old West
: It's a really cool sounding text adventure. It uses oldschool DOS fonts and has a sort of non-linear open world style where you can get different jobs and stuff.
: Oldschool platformer with great pixel art and fun looking gameplay. Some of the level design reminds me of the Famicom game "Armadillo"
: De Blob
meets Spider-Man. Looks amazing.
: Top-down adventure game done in the style of the Gameboy color Zeldas.
: Period-accurate SNES-style racing game. How many of those are out there?
: I want to hug this game, it looks adorable.
Some games from well known franchises posted by the owners of the games:
Some interesting games:
- Contrast, a Puzzle-Platformer, Puzzle-Adventure, Indie, Casual, Mystery where you can shft into shadows.
- And Then Nobody Left... "This game is about a man, who follows the mysterious voice from the radio. In this game you can't win or lose. You only can view the lifestory from the beginning to the end."
- Scheherazade a RPG, Casual, Simulation with "over 50 story arcs".
- Gangs of Space a free 2 play space MMO shooter with permadeath that the developers do not want it to be pay 2 win. Has a browser playable alpha here.
Some games I would like to see Greenlighted:
Adding more as they are being mentioned here.
edited 14th Sep '12 9:45:37 PM by Joaqs