Megagon Industries recently added their adventurous bike game, Lonely Mountains: Downhill, to Steam's Greenlight service. The ride/crash-fest is full of colorful, 'low-poly' graphics and unique gameplay opportunities. If the devs are successful on Steam, they're looking at
Developer Voodoosoft is tackling the always fun world of televised murderfests with Lethal Running. This action RPG is being developed for PC and Mac with an 'early 2018' release date. The developer is hoping to find would-be
Seclusion: Islebury is an adventure game for PC in which players must investigate a decade-old murder in a quiet town. The game is now on Steam Greenlight and is accompanied by two new trailers.
Abyss Gameworks' Abyss has been approved by Steam Greenlight. A new trailer shows the game running in Unreal Engine 4.
KEMCO recently sent out a press release shedding some light on their latest Steam project, Yōdanji. The retro dungeon crawler is now on Greenlight waiting for enough votes to make it available for the platform. The Japanese
After the cancellation of Daymare: 1998's Kickstarter campaign, it's continued development has been uncertain. Today, Invader Studios announced a greenlit status.
Some days you just have to run away from pants; Developer 4Freaks Fiction recently uploaded a trailer for their platformer NakedMan VS the Clothes. This was to celebrate the addition of the game to Steam's Greenlight program.
If there was a zombie apocalypse, I'd probably drown my sorrows with booze before my inevitable de-braining. But the 8 indie developers behind Drunk or Dead foresee that inebriation as a way to survive this new reality.
In a press release sent out by Bubble Head Games they outlined the various successes of their game Beats of Fury. The rhythm-meets-bullet-hell game amped through the Steam Greenlight program in just 10 days and also
Those thinking that games are releasing more frequently on Steam this year are right, a study by Gamasuta has found.
Heart Forth, Alicia, an indie RPG on Kickstarter, managed to surpass its $60,000 game within two days. With 28 days still to go and so far $66,293 in funding, an update was posted about the possibility of
It's a rocky start for Steam's Greenlight service, which offers community members a chance to vote for indie games they want to see hosted on Valve's digital download service. The service is supposed to be a benefit
Valve has revealed the first ten games that will launch on Steam via Greenlight. The list includes the long-awaited re-envisioning of Valve's very own Half-Life, called Black Mesa, which will be released on September 14th for free.