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UK indie's titles launch on Valve's digital distribution service

Zombie Cow games hit Steam

Lo-fi point-and-click adventures Time Gentlemen, Please and Ben There, Dan That are to see release on Value’s digital distribution service Steam. UK indie Zombie Cow Studios, which created the two titles, is hoping to enjoy a significant boon to sales as a result of the new deal.

"Getting the games up on Steam is, clearly, a massive deal for us," said Zombie Cow’s founder and sole staffer Dan Marshall, speaking exclusively to CasualGaming.biz.

"The game’s suddenly found a potential audience of millions, and it’s at the right sort of price point that it’s worth a punt, even if you’ve never really played a point-and-click before. Two games for £2.99/ $4.99 is a pretty ridiculous bargain – it’ll probably take you 10 to 15 hours to get through both, if you take your time with them, at less than the price of a pint in a London boozer," he added.

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