First of ten games to pass through community voting service is now available

Steam publishes first Greenlight game McPixel

Today McPixel became the first game to hit Valve’s digital shelves though the new Greenlight service.

Greenlight launched on August 30th, allowing fans to vote on which games should be added to Steam.

So far, ten games have been voted in, including the popular Half-Life 1 remake Black Mesa.

The other eight titles on the list are Cry of Fear, Dream, Heroes & Generals, Kenshi, No More Room in Hell, Project Zomboid, Routine, and Towns.

Valve will announce the next batch of ‘greenlit’ titles in October.

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