Steam Greenlights another 50 games, including Depression Quest

Also Tangiers, The 7th Guest 3, and Treasure Adventure World.

Steam Greenlight has accepted another 50 games onto Valve's distribution service, including Depression Quest, Steam's first Twine game.

Developed by Zoe Quinn and released under a pay-what-you-want model last Valentine's Day, Depression Quest is a semi-autobiographic account of the author's battles with mental illness. Quinn's remained adamant that this Steam version will be free "to help spread awareness and reach out to as many people as possible."

Other highlights in this latest batch include stylish stealthy noir, Tangiers; classic puzzle game sequel, The 7th Guest 3; the 2D platformer based on cinematic debacle Manos: The Hands of Fate; and Treasure Adventure World, the commercial remake of Treasure Adventure Game that's being co-developed by Starbound developer Chucklefish.

The full list of newly accepted titles is as follows:

1
Depression Quest.
  • AIDA64 Extreme
  • Anarchy Arcade
  • Astral Terra
  • Astrobase Command
  • Black Fire
  • Bliss
  • Breach & Clear
  • Bullet Bros
  • Crying is not Enough
  • Dark Horizons: Mechanized Assault Vehicle
  • Depression Quest
  • Dollhouse: Room 1313
  • Earth: Year 2066
  • Ethan: Meteor Hunter
  • EVGA Precision X
  • Farm for your Life
  • FPS Creator Reloaded
  • From The Depths
  • Hand of Fate
  • Helicopter Simulator: Search and Rescue
  • Highland Wars
  • Interplanetary
  • Kill Them All
  • Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan
  • Lambda Wars
  • Last Dream
  • Lili
  • Manos: The Hands of Fate
  • Marvin's Mittens
  • nKPro Racing
  • One Way Heroics
  • Paranormal State: Poison Spring
  • Photo Blend 3D
  • Procyon
  • Reallusion CrazyTalk7
  • Shadowgate
  • Spark Rising
  • Spate
  • Steam Squad
  • Subject 9
  • Tangiers
  • The 7th Guest 3: The Collector
  • The Memory of Eldurîm
  • The Note
  • The Repopulation
  • The Town Of Light
  • Treasure Adventure World
  • Windforge
  • X-Plane 10
  • XAM

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