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37 more games Greenlit, including The Fall and Fran Bow

Compared to the trickle of the early days, Valve are practically shuttling games through the Greenlight community. Today sees another 37 given the go ahead to start releasing their wares on Steam.

A couple of familiar faces in the bunch including recently Kickstarted scifi platformer The Fall.

Here's the full list of games that have been approved for Greenlight. I've linked to coverage of games where we have it:

Aartform Curvy 3D 3.0

Alien Swarm FP

Axis Game Factory - AGF PRO v01.0

Blood of the Werewolf

CastleMiner Z

Elder Sign: Omens

The Fall - Jeremy got the scoop on this one. Read his preview.

Fester Mudd: Curse of the Gold

The Fifth Day


Fortress Forever

Fran Bow - We covered Fran Bow in our Spotlight on Greenlight not too long ago

Half-Life 2: Capture the Flag

Hot Tin Roof - Just recently Hot Tin Roof passed its Kickstarter goal


Infinity Wars - *Animated* Trading Card Game


J.U.L.I.A. Enhanced Edition

Metal War Online

Montague's Mount

Neighbours from Hell Compilation

Neverending Nightmares

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart

Portal Remake Mod

Ravensword: Shadowlands

Real World Racing


Starship Corporation

Steam Marines - I’ve had a short play of Steam Marines and it’s excellent fun.

Tiny Barbarian DX


The Sparkle 2: EVO



Universum: War Front - Jeremy’s all over the coverage of Universum.



Have you folk played any of the others?

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4 Years ago

Some interesting ones in there. I've not played any, but I backed The Fall and Rimworld on Kickstarter, so I'm glad to see their chances of success just went up.

Starship Corporation looked interesting and grabbed my attention during its Kickstarter campaign, but I didn't have enough confidence in it to back it, so I'm glad it's been greenlit so I might get to find out more.

I hadn't heard of Elder Sign: Omens until now, but I have the Arkham Horror board game, and if this is a similar adaptation that I can play with my mates online then I'm very interested.

My wild card is Neighbours From Hell, which came up on my Greenlight queue the other day. It looks terrible on the surface, but it just reminded me of the old Home Alone game for the Amiga. There's potential to be had with laying traps all over a house.