No sooner do a collection of Valve-less developers organize the “Not on Steam” sale than a good number of their games appear on Steam! That’s right, today Valve announced another batch of games that will be released on its ultra-popular distribution platform. The new games run the gamut from low-budget indie horror to glorious multiplayer space-combat, so you’ll probably find something you like. Our favorites?
- Fibrillation–An short thriller, designed to be played in less than 40 minutes, with no saves. The developers describe it as “philosophic horror,” which sounds too weird to be missed.
- Eldritch–Derived from equal parts Rogue, weird fiction, and Chex Quest, the pixelated Deep Ones and Great Old Ones looks like it’s going to charm your pants off… before flaying your mind.
- Pulsar: Lost Quality–a 3D, multiplayer remake of FTL. What more needs to be said?
If you’re curious to know more, you can visit each game’s steam page, but even if you don’t find what you’re looking for in the list of Greenlit games, be sure to check out the Not on Steam sale linked above. There are a ton of awesome looking games there that you might have missed if you weren’t paying attention.
Addie grew up near Detroit. After studying Cell Biology at the University of Michigan and spending a year looking into microscopes, Addie decided to volunteer--playing video games. hobbies run from gaming to music (voice, bass, guitar) to rugby. Addie is a strong supporter of indie and low-cost gaming, an area she thinks is underserved by the media.