It’s a fact that many Steam users don’t check or even notice most Greenlight additions. There are simply too many, making it rather time consuming. Hoping to alleviate this problem somewhat, I bring you The Greenlight Groove, featuring my recommendations from the past week!
Keep in mind that those listed below are by no means the only new arrivals, simply those I gave my ‘yes’ vote. With that in mind, would you kindly help make sure none end up as a potential Stuck In Greenlight Limbo candidate, by voting? Oh and do provide their creators with feedback. I’m sure they’ll appreciate anything, as long as it’s expressed properly (please, be nice).
Gilbert Goodmate and the Mushroom of Phungoria
The sacred mushroom of Phungoria has been stolen, Grandpa Goodmate is going to be executed and things ain’t looking too good. Now it’s up to YOU… catch the thief, recover the mushroom and save Grandpa… all by the end of the week. So hurry Gilbert, time is running out… Oh, and do try to keep your hands off the Princess!
Be a gravity ninja as you battle your friends within the pages of old story books. Run up walls and on ceilings, and then invert your gravity for a surprise attack. It’s chaotic yet strategic. Sometimes, it’s madness. Sometimes, it’s a cat-and-mouse game. You’ll laugh and swear at your friends. In Paperbound, you play as characters who come from the pages of old tales. Inside Journey to the Center of the Earth, you discover the ability to have your gravity adapt to any curved surface as you run along it. The fight continues in four other books: Skull Kingdom, Cleopatra, Myth of the Ninja, and Inferno di Dante.
Let’s Go Camping!
An FPS roguelite dungeon crawler, whereby dungeons are reached via hiking, camping, and surviving a vast overworld wilderness. It’s like Skyrim, Zelda, and Minecraft are trying to adopt a cute little lowpoly roguelike; while out on a camping trip.
You play David, an awfully small abstracted chosen hero tossed into a blissfully simple world overrun by giant culminations of evil physics-beasts. As David, you are given a slingshot-esque gift that you will have to use to conquer your colossus foes. Hold, aim, and fling to attack (Angry Birds™ style!).
Zpocalypse: Survival is a game about exploration and survival in a gritty post-nuclear zombie apocalypse setting. The players job is to help a group of survivors attempt to eke out an existence and build a place for themselves in a brutal world. They will need to scavenge for supplies and food, find and fortify a shelter, recruit other survivors to their cause, craft the gear they need to continue on, defend their people, and attempt to grow and expand, facing challenges every step of the way.
CaesarIA is open source remake of Caesar III(c). In game you can create, development and manage city in Ancient Rome. Player receives for management empty earth on which it will build roman city according of emperor tasks, who is called Caesar. Egyptians or carfagens which want to steal your goods and kill your citizens! The good lock with high walls will help to cope with any invasions.
Another Star is a console-style RPG with a fast-paced battle system and a world that encourages players to explore and discover hidden areas as they lead their party on a journey across a fantasy world. While clearly influenced by the style and gameplay of the past, the game also implements innovations and ideas from the present. Random battles are less intrusive than classic console RPGs, alerting the player when enemies have been encountered, but giving them the choice to accept and fight, or ignore and continue exploring.
Celestial Tear: Demon’s Revenge
A classical style JRPG with comic book influences. The game takes place on a planet called Hasphal and stars a vastly diverse cast of humans and demons among other races. It is an RPG set in a Sci-Fi fantasy world. You begin your journey on the planet Hasphal where prejudice seems to have torn the world apart since the beginning of time. Humans have proclaimed jehts, the native beings of Hasphal, disfigured, dangerous and unworthy of living on the same planet. They believed them to be monstrous creatures from Remerin (A hellish place). They decreed them to be demons and hunted them down in honor of their Gods.
Human Extinction Simulator
Facing overwhelming odds in a direct military conflict, the UEDF introduced the Halting Extraterrestrials Strategy, or HES, training program for all officers. The simulator presents likely combat encounters based upon observed Navassian tactical data from previous engagements. Recruits call this program the Human Extinction Simulator due to the extensive and often catastrophic scenarios depicted. While most find this amusing, some fear that it might be the actual name of the program.
Debugger 3.16 (Alpha)
H-E-L-L-O. Can anyone read this? I’ve hacked myself into the Steam servers to send you this message. My name is Debugger 3.16, I’m a debug function with artificial intelligence and I need your help to find and delete all errors (bugs) in the new game of my developer, M. Schaefer.
Rats – Time is running out!
Our focus is to recreate a sort of Pac-Man on speed in which you will feel constant pressure all the while forcing you to be concerned about the time. You will need to be focused, quick & strategic in the same time in order to succeed. In the end, you will feel the adrenaline rush of a bank robbery & receive a greater sense of reward when you successfully complete any heist.
Tiny Light is an adventure game without violence. You can lead several fireflies and explore the ruined house. But they have been scattered around the house and yard. Solve tiny puzzles and save more fireflies. This game will not take long time to finish. How to control is very easy, set direction with your mouse and click or press any key to accelerate. Also language is only in English but it doesn’t matter because there’s no text in the game.