Valve Greenlights a New Batch Of Games

Posted on Jan 15 2013 - 5:05pm by Brad Ward


A fourth batch of games has been lit by Valve on their ever growing Steam Greenlight service. There are some really outstanding games this time around too. La-Mulana has been approved and so has Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, which are both shaping up to be great games!

La-Maluna is a brilliant 2D exploration game and is a cross between Dark Souls and the controversial Fez while taking on the style of Indiana Jones. While it’s making it’s way to Steam, the game made it’s way to WiiWare back in September of 2012. Oh and when I say it’s a cross between Dark Souls and Fez, this game by no means has the outstanding graphics of Dark Souls or the peaceful graphics of Fez. It’s very unique in its own way. It shouldn’t be long now before we see the full release on Steam, as the developers were originally hoping to get it on there during Q4 of 2012. I imagine since that did not happen that they may be trying to get it on there as fast as possible.

The full list of titles greenlit can be found below.

  • Akaneiro: Demon Hunters
  • Asylum
  • DLC Quest
  • Eador. Masters of the Broken World
  • La-Mulana
  • Leisure Suit Larry
  • MaK
  • The Age of Decadence
  • Unepic
  • War For The Overworld

IGF Finalists:

  • Kentucky Route Zero
  • Incredipede

Non-game software:

  • articy:draft | Game Design Tool
  • GroBoto – Modeling App

While it’s great that all of these titles have been greenlit, I’m honestly hoping that Valve will be a bit quicker. There are some really outstanding titles on Steam Greenlight that a lot of users are dying to get their hands on, but can’t because something else takes precedence. Hopefully Valve will pick up the pace a bit when it comes to greenlighting games.

source: Steam
via: Eurogamer

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Residing in Eastern Michigan, Brad is a lover of all-things Android. Technology has always been a fascination for Brad, which has led to an interesting in writing. His first phone was the Motorola Atrix 2. He currently works at The Droid Guy and enjoys gaming, weightlifting, reading, creating ideas and watching start ups.