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Anodyne and Surgeon Sim have been approved for Steam


3:45 PM on 02.26.2013
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Ten games and two software titles have been approved for Steam through Greenlight, forming what may be my favorite group to date.

The full list of games, which will be released on the digital distribution platform on an individual basis as they are finished includes Anodyne, Distance, Evoland, Huntsman: The Orphanage, Kingdom Rush, Legends of Dawn, Organ Trail: Director's Cut, Receiver, Surgeon Simulator 2013, and War Thunder.

For the applications, it's painting tool Black Ink and PC optimizer Driver Fusion. Of the list of games -- which is, again, quite good in my humble opinion -- I'd recommend looking into action-adventure title Anodyne, zombie-filled homage Organ Trail, and the disgusting yet oddly cute Surgeon Sim 2013.






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