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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Fairytales: Three Heroes


Today’s spotlight is on Fairytales: Three Heroes. Fairytales: Three Heroes is an action-rpg developed by Cats Who Play. The game really drew me in immediately with what I consider to be a very pretty art style. While it’s definitely not the best looking game in the world, the use of color and unique character design really makes the game stand ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Poly Bridge


Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Poly Bridge. Poly Bridge is a simulation game that asks you to exercise your engineering creativity and concoct a bridge to solve the various puzzles that the game presents you with. Now, you may be wondering why I would cover a bridge-building simulator, considering the fact that there are already a ton of those out ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Little Devil Inside


Today’s Greenlight standout was Little Devil Inside, one of the most beautiful games that I have had the pleasure of seeing in recent memory. Little Devil Inside is an atmospheric action-rpg that throws you into a surreal yet familiar world where you must learn and survive in order to succeed. The design goals of the game definitely seem to be ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Polyball


Today’s standout on Greenlight is Polyball, a game by Studio Monolith. Polyball is a puzzle-platforming game with a focus on completing levels as fast as you possibly can. The game is described as a mix of mechanics from Super Monkey Ball and Marble Madness. Being completely honest about the game, it looks like a blast. Polyball really impresses when it ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The 31st


Today’s Greenlight spotlight shines on The 31st. The 31st is a uniquely Halloween-themed FPS developed by a small indie team of three people. First off, I’d like to apologize for the lack of a spotlight for yesterday, but I was away celebrating the holiday. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s talk a bit more about the ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: TurnOn


Today’s Greenlight uploads were admittedly a little dry. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t find anything that really stood out to me today. However, this was actually a fantastic thing, as it allowed me to recall the fact that I was meaning to do a write up about TurnOn, which is a game that is currently available on Windows Phone and is ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Izle


Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Izle, a game by Ynnis Interactive. The standout feature of this game was the claim that you can create your own world. I immediately became interesting in learning more about what Izle had to offer upon reading this, mainly because I am always a fan of being able to create a customize your own game ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Yasai Ninja


Today’s Greenlight submissions were a no-go, so I decided to revisit something that caught my eye from yesterday’s submissions. Yasai Ninja stood out to me because of its unique theme and art style. Ninja vegetables is something that I’ve not seen before in a game, and I always applaud innovation in any way when it comes to game development. Unfortunately, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China


Today’s Greenlight standout is Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China by Ace Maddox. Shadows Over China is an air combat game with an interesting story premise. The game follows volunteer groups of Americans who flew and fought against Japan during World War II. The stand out feature of this one was the World War II story line, as I am a ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Star-Bored


Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Star-Bored, a darkly comedic strategy game set in the far future. In Star-Bored, you take on the role of the Chief Auditor of the Bureaucratic Imperium, and you are tasked with eliminating galactic terrorists while also managing the duties of a typical bureaucrat and exploring the galaxy. The first thing that stood out to me ...

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