Following on from its addition of non-gaming software to the Steam catalogue, Valve has also opened Greenlight, the community approval process, to creative and productive applications. This news piece now has officially almost nothing to do with games so let’s just leave it there. Visit Steam to find out more about how your favourite gaming distribution service is rapidly evolving towards becoming an OS and/or gaining sentience. Greenlight recently added 21 games to its line up of community-sponsored releases-in-waiting.
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