Valve announced the fourth batch of titles approved for Steam Greenlight today, pushing the overall total (games and software) to more than 60. Despite the imperfect approval system, that's a fair amount of content that otherwise might not have released on the distribution platform. Here's what has been newly approved:
As always, not all of these will be available to play anytime soon due to how far along in development they are. It's nice to see games like La-Mulana, Unepic, and MaK on Steam; those latter two in particular should do very well with this audience.
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