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).
Gnumz Masters of Defense
Gnumz: Masters of Defense is a strategy game inspired by classical fantasy. Its new system of interacting elements will reveal your tactical talents, and brute force has its place as well. Each level in the underground caverns requires an individual approach. New players and hardcore gamers alike will enjoy its carefully crafted balance.
Dr. Spacezoo (@SmashRiot) [coverage]
In 2143, Dr. Spacezoo created a central Artificial Intelligence to manage the Space Zoos. Recently, the Space Zoo AI became corrupted and started starving exotic space animals and destroying any visitors. Your ship’s communication signature mimics a sentry bot, but the ruse will be discovered if you make any hostile actions or save any animals.
East Tower Series (@rosevertegames)
Sakuya Morita (name is changeable) was given a chance to try the latest virtual game attraction, East Tower. Within the game, players can transform into whatever they want to. Sakuya chose to transform into a man. She was excited at first, but then a sudden accident happened and she was trapped with four other men. Later, they decided to partner up and proceed to beat the game in pairs, hoping that it would be the way out.
“Wait” is a mystery horror game, inspired by the works of H.P Lovecraft and the Silent Hill series. The gameplay is put together by elements of exploration and riddle solving. We want to offer a different kind of horror. A horror without jump scares or fighting monsters, but with the fear of the unknown and unimaginable.
Tactical Genius is a turn-based multiplayer strategy game, in which the gameplay is broken up into two phases: concurrent planning and execution. Players give orders to their units, and only when everyone has finished their moves, the turns are put into action. Tactical Genius is not about reflexes, but pure strategy.