Posts Tagged Greenlight
Greenlight nudges another fifty games towards the Steam store
It’s time, once again, for another 50 games to be elevated from the vote-scrabbling indignity of Steam’s Greenlight service to the shiny, expansive fields of Steam’s store.
Another 37 titles get the Steam Greenlight
It’s 16 October, and you know what that means! Or maybe you don’t.
Valve Greenlights all of the indie games (well, ok, 100 of them)
It seems as if Valve is getting pretty sick of approving Greenlight titles in sets of 10 or 12, so this month the company has decided to just go nuts and push through 100 of the little buggers.
Day long Greenlight Supershow to showcase indie titles on 29 June
Steam’s Greenlight process is kind of like an indie purgatory. You get to hang out with similar-minded people (other indie devs,) while you wait for the nod that you’re allowed to enter heaven (Steam.) Is that a blasphemous analogy?
Valve warns Indie devs as Paranautical Activity falls foul of Greenlight
Valve have an image of playing fair and supporting the indie development community, but let’s not forget they always have their business hats on when it comes to making money.
Forge Interview with Tim Alvis of Dark Vale Games
Dark Vale Games were among the very first developers to have their title, Forge, Greenlit through Steam.
Being Greenlit “one of the highlights of the year” for Forge developers
Speaking to IncGamers in an interview to be published in the coming days, Dark Vale Games (developers of forthcoming ‘pure PvP’ title Forge) have expressed what it meant to be ‘Greenlit’ on Steam and described some of the processes behind the system.
Another 21 games get the Steam Greenlight
A second batch of games has made it through the still-somewhat-ambiguous Steam Greenlight process and will be available to purchase through the digital download service at some point in the future.
Heroes & Generals among first ten ‘Greenlit’ Steam titles
Steam Greenlight has revealed its first ten successful entrants, which include Reto-Moto’s FPS-strategy hybrid Heroes & Generals and the Black Mesa Source project (a full Half-Life remake in the Source engine).
Steam’s Greenlight system introduces $100 submission fee
Steam’s ‘Greenlight’ system has a bit of an image problem. The original intent behind the system appeared to be a way to get popular games that had been rejected by Steam’s traditional submission method another shot at getting on the digital platform.