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Rain World headlines next wave of Steam Greenlight titles

Jan 21 // Jordan Devore
   @DtoidJordan

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At the Steam Dev Days event last week, Valve's Gabe Newell said "Our goal is to make [Steam] Greenlight go away. Not because it's useful, but because we're evolving." As we wait for that day to arrive, there's yet another large batch of games and software approved for release having obtained the requisite amount of attention from fans and press.

Most of these I'm seeing for the first time, but five do stand out. Most notably, the slugcat-starring survival platformer Rain World; cat sim Catlateral Damage; minimalistic platform game Love; roguelike platformer Path to the Sky (check out that .gif!); and a multiplayer title in which you are your own teammates, Time Rifters. Like the last few groups, lots of niche additions to Steam.

Check out the full list for yourself and let us know if I glossed over any interesting projects.

January 21st Batch [Steam]


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