Valve Announces New Batch of Greenlight Approved Games

All of them will be officially launched in the coming months

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Valve, the creator of the Steam digital distribution service, announces that a number of new video games and software suites have been cleared via its Greenlight service, which means that they all will be launched in the coming months.

Valve, the creator of the Steam digital distribution service, announces that a number of new video games and software suites have been cleared via its Greenlight service, which means that they all will be launched in the coming months.

The latest list of approved software consists of, according to the official Steam announcement:

Black Ink

Driver Fusion

Anodyne

Distance

Evoland

Huntsman: The Orphanage

Kingdom Rush

Legends of Dawn

Organ Trail: Director's Cut

Receiver

Surgeon Simulator 2013

War Thunder

So far, more than 70 video games have been approved via Greenlight and all those who want to vote for their favorite games can do so via the official page.

Recently, Gabe Newell admitted that the newly introduced crowd-approved concept needed to be tweaked and Valve might bring a number of changes in the coming months.

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