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!
K Station is an adventure game where the world and story are collapsing, room by room and life by life. Discover new lives, new hopes, new dreams and new disappointments — all from the friends and coworkers you thought you knew.
Brave Earth: Prologue
While heavily inspired by classic games such as Castlevania and Ninja Gaiden, Brave Earth: Prologue strikes its own balance between methodical, high risk gameplay and aggressive, fast-paced action. Brave Earth: Prologue’s beautiful, hand crafted levels are filled with meticulously placed challenges, aiming to engage players more than frustrate them.
Double Kick Heroes
Double Kick Heroes is an explosive metal rhythm game set in an apocalyptic world. Lead your band on a roadtrip through the wasteland! Blast zombies with your Gundillac and crush them with the power of Metal.
The Council of Crows
The Council of Crows tells the story of a little boy who got lost in a mysterious snowstorm and suddenly found himself in a strange place called Hyperborea, in the far north of the Lands of Dream. Taken in by the villagers of Fifth Pumpkin, he begins to explore the snowy plains, frozen forests, and majestic mountains of Hyperborea – but it would appear that only the Council of Crows, the secretive and suspicious governing body of the Corvidae, knows the way back. What will they demand in exchange for this information?
With the death of your grandmother you have been left the once famous Moonstone Tavern. Unfortunately the tavern has seen better days. With only two functioning rooms, crumbling architecture, and an ever-diminishing reputation there is plenty of room for improvement.
Scéal (shkeal) takes you into the pages of a living story book, where the inhabitants of a small fishing village are tormented by a curse that has them relieving the same day, over and over again.