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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Gridberd

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Gridberd, a first-person survival horror game by Wareberd. Gridberd is developed using Cryengine 3, which goes a long way to providing the very realistic and well-done visuals that you’ll notice in the trailer and the screenshots. As has been pointed out in the comments I’ve seen about the game, it looks a lot like P.T, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Gunnheim

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Gunnheim, a top-down shooter with a strong focus on bringing back the classic fun of local multiplayer experiences. Unfortunately, in the age of internet and minimal face-to-face interaction, couch co-op is not even close to being as popular as it once was. However, I have seen a greater public outcry for local multiplayer recently, and ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: HUSH

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is Hush, an action-adventure game that aims to recreate our childhood fears. The game is said to draw the majority of its inspiration from the irrational fears that we all felt in our childhoods. The amount of times we were startled by a lamp or a coat hanger when the lights were out, or being terrified ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Super Star Path

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Super Star Path. Super Star Path is a modern game that takes on a very retro style. The game is described as a “classic shoot ’em up meets match-3 puzzler, which as we’ve seen with other games such as Galacide, can be a very strong combination. The hectic nature of the shoot ’em ups combined ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: A Bastard’s Tale

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is A Bastard’s Tale. In my childhood, and even still to this day, I spent a lot of time playing the tough as nails platformers for the SNES and Sega Genesis. Games like Shinobi and (sorry for opening up old wounds) The Lion King were staples of my gaming library for many years, even after newer ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Grey Cubes

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is shining on Grey Cubes. Grey Cubes is an interesting 3D take on a traditional brick-breaker game, with a basis on providing real-time physics as well as gameplay that takes place in three dimensions, rather than the typical two. My interest in the game is driven by my love of classic arcade titles. Block breaking games were ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Nature’s Zombie Apocalypse

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Nature’s Zombie Apocalypse, which is being developed by the two-man team, Aniode. The allure of Nature’s Zombie Apocalypse comes directly from its interesting premise, and a very well-done trailer. I really enjoyed watching the trailer, and I found it to be very well-done, which definitely helped to pique my interest in the game. Nature’s Zombie ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Volphant

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Today’s spotlight shines on Volphant, which is a game that was created originally for Global Game Jam 2015. After literally two days of nothing on Greenlight, it was nice to see a game that I feel really had some potential. Typically, I can find at least one interesting title a day on Greenlight, but the last few have been extremely ...

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OBEY Preview: Asymmetrical Multiplayer Deception

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OBEY was a game that I had not heard of until just a couple of days ago. The game was introduced to me by Dez, the sole developer, through Twitter, and he was gracious enough to invite me to a play session. OBEY was simply described as an asymmetrical multiplayer game based on deceiving your opponents in order to achieve ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Garbage Day

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Today’s Greenlight standout is Garbage Day, an open world sandbox game where you control a man who is stuck in a Groundhog Day-esque timeloop, meaning that he lives the same day over and over. The first thing that came to my mind upon seeing this idea is that there are no consequences for actions. No matter what you do in ...

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