Steam Greenlight

 

Looks like Valve was setting up a lot for the week of Halloween. Not only do we have the Halloween Steam sale and the latest installment of Scream Fortress for Team Fortress 2, we now have 100 titles that have received greenlit status on Steam Greenlight. Here's the list of them.

 

 

This week, Steam released the latest list of games to get fully greenlit onto the Steam store and there are a few worthwhile mentions. The big one in this list is (un)Lucky 7, the furry horror, sci-fi, puzzle game from Asylum Creatures that features music composed by Fox Amoore, has been greenlit. If this is the first time you've ever heard of (un)Lucky 7, check out the site for the game here. This is an awesome surprise since the Indiegogo attempt back in January that went until February 20th sadly failed.

As for the rest of the titles cleared through Greenlight, here they are:

  • Artform Curvy 3D 3.0
  • Alien Swarm FP
  • Axis Game Factory PRO v01.0
  • Blood of the Werewolf
  • CastleMiner Z
  • Elder Sign: Omens
  • The Fall
  • Fester Mudd: Curse of the Gold
  • The Fifth Day
  • FOTONICA
  • Fortress Forever
  • Fran Bow
  • Half-Life 2: Capture the Flag
  • Hot Tin Roof
  • Ikaruga
  • Infinity Wars
  • InkFish
  • J.U.L.I.A. Enhanced Edition
  • Metal War Online
  • Montague's Mount
  • Neighbours from Hell Compilation
  • Neverending Nightmares
  • Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart
  • Portal Remake Mod
  • Ravensword: Shadowlands
  • Real World Racing
  • RimWorld
  • Starship Corporation
  • Steam Marines
  • Tiny Barbarian DX
  • TowerClimb
  • The Sparkle 2: EVO
  • Underhell
  • Universum: War Front
  • Violett
  • Wrack

 

Out of this list of greenlit games, I'm looking forward to four of them the most. Blood of the Werewolf looks to be a very solid action-platformer, Elder Sign: Omens is a nice single-player version of the board game of the same name, The Fall is shaping up to be a great fusion of traditional adventure gaming with the action and exploration that games like Metroid are known for, and Ikaruga...well its damn Ikaruga, one of the best and hardest shoot-em ups out there. Overall though, I think this is an ok list of greenlit games and definitely looking forward to buying (un)Lucky 7 when it becomes available on Steam later on.

How about you guys? Are you also excited that (un)Lucky 7 is greenlit for Steam? What games on this list are you looking forward to buying on Steam when they get released? Tell us about them in the comments, we'd like to hear from you!

Source: Steam Greenlight

 

Thursday, 24 January 2013 18:08

(un)Lucky7 - Greenlight & IndieGoGo

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unlucky7

Rarely do we see furry games that are crowdfunded, but already well on their way in production. (un)Lucky7 is described as a "horror, sci-fi themed, jRPG-view, story-driven, pixelart puzzle game."

Here's a description from the Steam Greenlight page:

"(un)Lucky7 is a game about six prisoners sentenced for life and one android, who are sent into unknown regions of space in a ship powered by an experimental engine. They are promised freedom in exchange for exploring the unknown and testing this new method of transportation – indeed a chance of a lifetime, hence the name "Lucky 7".

This doesn't last long, though. Upon arriving on an alien planet they find an entrance to a strange base, seemingly lifeless and abandoned. Soon, they are trapped inside, forced to fight for their life and searching for a way back home."

In addition to having some quality furry art integrated into the design, the sound and music is being composed and recorded by the one and only, Fox Amoore. (https://www.facebook.com/FoxAmooreMusic)

Gaming Furever will be interviewing the creators of the game in an upcoming article, so be on the lookout for that soon!

 

To check out more about the game, fund it, or vote for it, check out these links:

IndieGoGo: http://www.indiegogo.com/unlucky7?c=home

Steam Greenlight: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=118625631

 

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