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Greenlit: Shovel Knight, Dreamfall, and Planet Explorers


2:30 PM on 04.17.2013
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After hearing what games you thought deserved to be greenlit on Steam earlier this week, Valve's announcement for the newest batch of approved titles today should result in a fair few smiles. Some of these have been pushed for hard, and that work has paid off:

As for greenlit software, it's game recorder PlayClaw and strategy planner GamePlan. I'm really glad to see Hammerwatch, Legend of Dungeon, and Shovel Knight get through, so now I can shut up about those and concentrate on the stuff that's still in submission hell. There's plenty of work left to be done, clearly.






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