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Games and first software move forward on Steam Greenlight


12:00 PM on 11.30.2012
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Valve has announced its third group of approved Steam Greenlight titles. Among them are the service's first ever non-game software, including screen-recording programs and even a game maker: HitFilm 2, DisplayFusion, Action! Screen Recorder, Bandicam: Game Recorder, Construct 2, and You Need A Budget 4. Love the name of that last one.

As for greenlit games, we've got: BlackSpace, Darkfall Unholy Wars, Dawn of Fantasy, Dragon's Lair (huh?), Euro Truck Simulator 2, Gear Up, Kinetic Void - Space Adventure, The Light, No Time To Explain, Primordia, Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves, StarForge, and Waking Mars. I'm especially happy to see Primordia and StarForge receive enough support.






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