Seven days later, seven games made it through Greenlight. The system works. Or does it? At this point, even after so many weeks of Greenlight examination, coverage, voting etc., it’s actually still hard to say for sure. So… you decide!
Call of Sword
Your sword can make the technologies come to life, and it means that danger awaits you at every step. You are the reason that all traps in the world are turned on, and you have to go through all off this using your skills and experience. Run, jump, climb the walls and ledges, use the hook and environment to overcome obstacles.
It was built with casually competitive, balanced play in mind. I like to think of it as the fighting game you can play with people who don’t like fighting games. It’s easy to pick up, and it doesn’t have astronomical finger dexterity requirements. The most complex input is “hold down the button.” Despite this, the gameplay is exceedingly brutal if you don’t care to win. It just relies more on your brain, and less on halfquartercircleturns.
In a distant future where humanity alters itself without a second thought, you must do the same. Skim along the Sun’s corona, float above the surface of Venus, travel the dusty plains of Mars. If your body dies, your mind will be given a new one, and you will keep going.
This Book Is A Dungeon
Auto-cannibalism. Demonic Seduction. Occult Rituals. Bloodfeasting Worms. This Book Is A Dungeon has it all and more. This dark, horrific Twine-based dungeon crawler pairs edgy interactive fiction with grisly pixel art and light RPG elements. Prepare to be disturbed, titillated, and savaged by unholy denizens aplenty in your quest to navigate this sprawling narrative-driven labyrinth bristling with otherworldly doom.
A House of Many Doors
In A House of Many Doors you are a poet, journalist and spy, exploring the House – a vast parasite dimension that steals from other worlds. You explore the House in a clanking train with mechanical legs, discovering bizarre civilizations and assembling a dysfunctional crew.
“There is a tightness in my chest as I stare at the giant arena doors. This is harder than I thought it would be… I always imagined giving my life for my wife and kid would be easy, but it’s not. The doors in front of me crack open and a bright ray of light rushes through, cutting across the dust that hangs in the air. I hear the crowd roar and I pause, for just a second, before stepping out to face the monsters.”
SC2VN – The eSports Visual Novel
SC2VN is a visual novel about the South Korean StarCraft 2 scene. You play as Mach, a foreign semi-pro trying to make it in eSports who soon learns that success in StarCraft takes more than in-game strategy. Meet fellow pros and build a team that can compete with the best.