Steam Greenlight adds sixth set of games and software titles

Wednesday, 17th April 2013 19:56 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Valve today announced the sixth set of games and software titles to advance through Steam Greenlight.

The 20 titles listed below will be released in the months ahead, and to-date, over 90 titles have advanced through the services ince August of last year.

The latest software titles: PlayClaw and GamePlan.

The latest games:

  • Agarest: Generations of War
  • Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures
  • Battle Worlds: Kronos
  • City of Steam
  • Cradle
  • Dead State
  • Dead Trigger
  • Death Inc.
  • Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey
  • Elsword
  • Faceless
  • Frozen Endzone
  • Hammerwatch
  • Legend of Dungeon
  • Pinball Arcade
  • Planet Explorers
  • Rush Bros.
  • Shovel Knight



  1. Pytox

    But when will they release???
    Black mesa still isn’t on steam :(

    #1 2 years ago
  2. CyberMarco

    @1 You can download Black Mesa as a mod, it’s already out from Sept-Oct 2012

    #2 2 years ago
  3. A2ra3l

    Yes but it also got approved in the first round of greenlight games along with cry of fear and no more room in hell and to my knowledge none of them are available to download through steam yet. The whole point of greenlight is to add the program to the steam database so they are easier to access, install and update but alot of the greenlit game never show up. Thats why I stopped voting in it, it’s a big waste of time, valve still only put what they want on there so why even ask us what we want?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. SplatteredHouse

    @1,3 As passionate as you are about this game, more to A2ra3l’s post specifically; are you being too hasty to pin fault to the Greenlight process, without first checking the latest on the mod’s development from the team working on it?
    They have gained a place on Steam, so, barring problems in the development…Why wouldn’t they use what they asked for.

    Okay, that’s a great start: The mod’s twitter page has seen no updates since the end of last year. There’s a cryptic tease from the webmaster (internal/external?) recently in a Steam thread on the forums. Other than that, the latest is that they are working on “bugfixes”, and maybe will have additional content on Steam.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. DSB

    @3 I call bull on that.

    Sometimes they make weird choices in who they direct to Greenlight, like Wadjet Eye or Mode 7 which are already on the service, but there are a lot of greenlit games that would never have had a shot without 100,000 people backing them up.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. CyberMarco

    @3 In the case of no more room in hell, the games is still in beta. IIRC the devs said that they will publish the game on Steam with the next update.

    #6 2 years ago

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