These are the stats for the game that is in the 73rd slot of the top 100 games on greenlight. After months of aggressive marketing campaigns across Steam Communities (The only thing which manages to cause the % to increase significantly) it has been revealed that, in fact, when the game first debuted more people voted "no" on it than those who voted "yes" despite this the game was considered 50% of the way to getting onto steam from day 1. 3 weeks of marketing campaigns later the title is now in the top 100, and it is very close to being published within 1-3 months. Today it will shift to the 72nd slot as it inches ever closer to victory, but now the developers have lost hope (and their funding) in the wake of this huge reveal.
Looks like everyone gets to eat Ramen for months due to all their years of hard work!
Thanks, Steam users!
If you want to help a game succeed on steam, go vote "yes" on every game you see in the cue to help counter-act these no-voters.
Here's a few Ques we suggest which are comprised of games which all have more "no" votes than "yes" but which deserve to be published on Steam: