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This new batch of Steam Greenlight titles goes on and on


5:00 PM on 12.04.2013
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In truth, I've been unable to keep up with Steam Greenlight as of the last few batches, but that's never been more evident than today's list of titles approved for release on the platform. There are so many unfamiliar titles in here. And TowerClimb, which has seemingly been greenlit a second time (???). Yeah, I don't know what's going on any more.

The full list is viewable at the link below, as there are far too many names to cram into this post. Some that stood out to me were: Aqua Kitty, Full Bore, High Strangeness, Light, Mansion Lord, Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae, Pixel Piracy, Potatoman Seeks the Troof, Red Baron, Saturday Morning RPG, Stasis, and the dynamic lighting tool for 2D art, Sprite Lamp.

It's now gotten to the point where just about every new standout independently-made game that makes the rounds will inevitably end up on the next Greenlight list.

December 4th Batch of Greenlight Titles [Steam]






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