Last month, Valve launched its Steam Greenlight program, which lets Steam users decide what titles will be released next on the gaming client. Nearly two weeks into the program, community votes have decided the first ten games to launch, and they range from survival horror shooters to remakes of classics.
The full list of games can be seen below:
- Black Mesa, a free Half-Life remake running on the Source engine
- Cry of Fear, a free survival horror mod of Half-Life
- Dream, a non-linear first-person puzzle game
- Heroes & Generals, a free-to-play first-person shooter set in World War II
- Kenshi, an open-world squad-based role-playing game
- McPixel, an 8-bit point-and-click adventure game
- No More Room in Hell, a free-to-play first-person survival horror mod utilizing the Source engine
- Project Zomboid, an open-world survival horror game
- Routine, a first-person survival horror game set in space
- Towns, a strategy RPG with city management mechanics
The list has a lot of potential hits– personally, I’m looking forward to playing Black Mesa, No More Room in Hell, and Routine. For more information on each greenlit game, check the link below.
Source: Official Steam Greenlight Group