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 recommendation(s) from the past week!
Cats are Liquid
The story is about a cat whose owner locked her in a set of rooms. She desperately wants to get out, but the rooms just keep continuing. Along the way the cat meets a new friend and gains new abilities. The story is told through small in game text pieces.
Watch your footing and mind the strategic vantage points as you traverse the richly detailed pixel art world of Arcadia — A single misstep on the battlefield could cost you a friend’s life. Let the moody jazz soundtrack carry you through a thought provoking & ruthless story of love, deceit, murder, companionship and war.
Racing Apex is a fast and fun arcade style racing game that takes inspiration from some of the first 3D polygon arcade racing games from 1988 to 1992 and adds modern gameplay elements of car combat and multiplayer mayhem.
The Wild Eight
The game tells the story of eight people whose everyday lives are forever changed after a horrific plane crash. They now find themselves stranded in the middle of nowhere, deep in the forests of Alaska. Welcome to a world without civilization, where you and the other survivors are at the mercy of nature — and wild animals starved by the cold!
Gibbous – A Cthulhu Adventure
Gibbous – A Cthulhu Adventure is a comedy point ‘n click love letter to classic-era Lucas adventures, HP Lovecraft, Hitchcock and many, many others. A lighthearted spoof of the Cthulhu Mythos, Gibbous will have you controlling 3 protagonists, dealing with strange cultists, ancient voodoo, and Dead Cthulhu himself. Well, “dead” is just a matter of opinion…
Antasia Noir is a dark point and click high fantasy adventure set in a world where the cold war between the Empire of Orcs and the Kingdom of Elves is only a spark away from becoming a bloody conflict. You take on the role of Dantis, an Orc High Inspector tasked with solving the murder of an elven smuggler in a city nominally neutral but under the protection of the Empire of Orcs. In this city, no one is your friend, and what at first seems like a typical murder turns out to be anything but.
ｈａｃｋｍｕｄ is a text-based online multiplayer game. The inspiration for this game draws from the wonderful games Uplink*, Eve Online*, Escape Velocity*, Guild Wars*, and the experiences I had playing MUDs on local library internet as a child, along with many others.