Steam Greenlight, Valve’s new community-driven game platform, has approved its first ten titles. Since the initiative launched on August 30th, nearly 800 titles have already been submitted with more being added each and every day.
The first group selected for distribution has a significant infusion of horror, including the impressive looking Moon-based survival horror title Routine, the isometric zombie sandbox Project Zomboid and a pair of free-to-play survival horror mods, Cry of Fear and No More Room in Hell. Rounding out the group are Black Mesa(pictured above), Heroes & Generals, Kenshi, Towns and the quirky time-based point ‘n click puzzler, McPixel.
Of the ten titles picked up only Black Mesa has a firm release date (September 14th). Valve announced each title would release independently of one another over the next several months, noting the varying degrees of each game’s completion.