As an indie worried about our Steam Greenlight campaign, we know just how big of a role promotion plays in getting your game onto Steam. (People can’t vote Yes if they don’t know it exists, right?) We thought it would be fun to dig around Steam Greenlight, find some really cool projects, and help spread the word about them!
Here’s how it works:
- Every so often we pick titles on Steam Greenlight that we want to see make it through the process.
- We add them to our Steam Greenlight Collection, Binary Solo Recommends.
- We shower them with our votes, our praise, and our favorites.
- We write it about it here on our blog.
So without much further ado, here are our inaugural picks in something we call, The Hunt for Steam Greenlight!
We had a chance to play what was the basis for this game while we visited PixelDash in Baton Rouge for Episode 3 of the show. At the time, it was still pretty nifty. (This was in early January.) Even then it had a lot of polish from the weapons and projectiles to the decorations placed about the levels.
Relic Hunters Zero
The Phantom PI Mission Apparition
Someone on their Greenlight page described it as Animal Crossing meets Ghostbusters! The trailer does a terrific job at establishing setting, atmosphere, conflict and some of the mechanics you’ll use to stop the booooolies. (See what I did there?)