Valve has greenlit a few more games from the Greenlight community district, bringing the total of titles approved from the service to 70. Two software design programs and 10 games have all been approved to appear on Steam's store, with some games more ready to launch than others.
Some of the noteworthy games that have been greenlit are Anodyne, the 16-bit style adventure title received a lot of support and upvotes via the Greenlight process for its throwback gameplay to the Legend of Zelda style design and puzzle mechanics.
Additional games that were greenlit includes:
Legends of Dawn
Organ Trail: Director's Cut
Surgeon Simulator 2013
I was unaware of Surgeon Simulator 2013. I suppose I should really keep up better with the annual Surgeon Simulators. They must be a real heart-pounding experience. I'm sure they require a lot of brain power. Maybe the developers will break a leg with sales, eh? Eh?
Anyway, it's good to see Receiver getting some love from the Greenlight community, but what the heck is up with Valve not giving Edge of Space the greenlight? I mean, come on, really?!
Maybe in the next batch of games we'll finally get to see Edge of Space make the cut. Until then, feel free to give the game some upvote loving over on its official Greenlight page.
You can learn more about the games that have been greenlit as well as other titles by visiting the official Steam website.