A collection of new games have made their way to Steam's Greenlight service, where the community can look over and up-vote the games that tickle the fancy of those looking for something a little different.

These few games are definitely a step away from the norm, as we have a game where you play a shadowy ronin that has a pretty cool art-style, an adventure game where you play as a quirky adventurer named Lili and a horror-themed mystery game set within an old-school pixel atmosphere called Pixel Detective.

We kick things off with the 3D adventure title that doesn't even look like your typical indie game. In fact, just looking at the trailer it would probably be difficult for anyone to easily or readily believe that Lili was indeed an indie title. BitMonster's fantasy-adventure game sees players interacting with odd inhabitants of a fantastical island while engaging in some comic mischief and oddball hijinks. The trailer doesn't readily give away the game's plot points or character arcs, but that's a good thing since it leaves players with a since of wonder and discovery as they play. Given that it's an non-violent protagonist and a female, I'm guessing this may appeal to the crowd looking for something different in the gaming circles... and given Lili's topically appropriate attire, I'm sure it's a game that will keep some male gamers seated for lengthy play-throughs as well.

You can vote for Lili right now to appear on the Steam store by visiting the official Greenlight page.

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