Steam Greenlight approves 32 new titles

New batch of games get the go-ahead from Valve's community voting system

User votes via Steam Greenlight has guaranteed worldwide Steam distribution to 32 new titles, Valve confirmed today.

Steam Greenlight gives Steam users the chance to vote on in-development indie game titles and software, with the most popular titles earning themselves distribution privileges via Steam.


This comes after Valve Greenlit some 100 titles in August, the popular 3DS platformer Mutant Mudds among them.

As usual, Valve stipulates that the titles, listed in full below, "will be released independently in the weeks or months ahead, as they complete development and integrate any Steamworks features they are interested in utilizing".

  • A-Train9
  • AdventurOS
  • Age of Wushu
  • CABAL Online
  • Claire
  • Comicado
  • Crystal Kingdom
  • Death Road to Canada
  • Dysis
  • E.T. Armies
  • Eldritch
  • Fantasy Grounds Virtual RPG Tabletop
  • Fibrillation
  • Haunted
  • Hyper Light Drifter
  • Iron Soul
  • Lost Sector Online
  • Mosaic - Tiling Window Manager
  • MouseCraft
  • Nihilumbra
  • No Heroes
  • Of Guards and Thieves
  • PULSAR: Lost Colony
  • Race the Sun
  • The Sandbox
  • Shade 3D Basic
  • Skyscraper Simulator
  • Slenderman's Shadow
  • Vox
  • Wildfire Worlds
  • Zombies.

Valve stole the spotlight last week with a trio of announcements related to its grand plan for bringing Steam games to the living room. The firm revealed its television-focussed operating system SteamOS and Steam Machines, alongside a new controller designed to offer innovative new input mechanics.