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Steam Greenlight's first wave of winners crowned

Steam Greenlight's first wave of winners crowned

Tue 11 Sep 2012 11:48pm GMT / 7:48pm EDT / 4:48pm PDT
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Valve's new submission system has its launch titles

Valve has announced the first wave of titles coming out of the Steam Greenlight submission program. These first ten titles will be coming out over the next couple of months, as each game is in varying states of completion.

The first ten games are:

  • Black Mesa
  • Cry of Fear
  • Dream
  • Heroes & Generals
  • Kenshi
  • McPixel
  • No More Room in Hell
  • Project Zomboid
  • Routine
  • Towns

Unsurprisingly, these games comprise the Top 10 on the Greenlight charts.

"The Steam community rallied around these titles and made them the clear choice for the first set of titles to launch out of Greenlight," said Valve's Anna Sweet. "Since launch, hundreds of titles have been submitted, with more coming in every day. We expect to be announcing more titles coming to Steam via Greenlight soon."

9 Comments

Mikkel S
Studying Game Deisgn

2 0 0.0
Black Mesa? Im almost surprised that the project is still alive. Looking forward for it though.

Posted:A year ago

#1

James Prendergast
Research Chemist

730 411 0.6
@ Mikkel - You saw that they gave a "firm" release date very soon, right? :)

Posted:A year ago

#2

Christopher Bowen
Editor in Chief

400 523 1.3
Isn't Black Mesa just a crappy source mod?

Posted:A year ago

#3

Naseer Alkhouri
QA Engineer

2 2 1.0
A good source mod rather :)

Posted:A year ago

#4

Graeme Foote
Programmer / Game Designer

8 3 0.4
Been years since I heard mention of Black Mesa. I figured the project had died after hearing so little about it. Nice to see it going somewhere. I hope the music they release years back is still there and the rest of the music is just as good. :)

Posted:A year ago

#5

Ashley Barley
Community Manager

8 5 0.6
They are releasing the first part of Black Mesa on the 14th I believe. But yeah, it's taken a while!

Posted:A year ago

#6

Tim Carter
Designer - Writer - Producer

550 268 0.5
It would be nice if a "Greenlight" would be like a traditional entertainment-industry greenlight. In other words, it comes with a minimum guarantee of the mininum number of units that will be sold, and you could then take this to a bank to raise financing.

This way you could live like a creative professional adult - instead of a hacker college student - during the long gruelling period of production.

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Tim Carter on 12th September 2012 9:45pm

Posted:A year ago

#7

Benjamin Royce
Consultant

14 0 0.0
nice to see Routine on the list I know the guys at Lunar Software have been working very hard on that and looks really good

Posted:A year ago

#8

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