La-Mulana, Leisure Suit Larry, more Greenlit on Steam

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La-Mulana, Leisure Suit Larry, more Greenlit on Steam
Twelve more games have made it through the Steam Greenlight voting process, and will be distributed through the store when they are ready. The games succeeding in this fourth round include Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, which is already aiming for a Jan. 24 release date, the remakes of La-Mulana and Leisure Suit Larry, along with Asylum, DLC Quest, Eador: Masters of the Broken World, MaK, The Age of Decadence, Unepic, and War for the Overworld.

In addition, two non-game software titles, "game design tool" articy:draft and "modeling app" GroBroto, have been Greenlit.
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Another Dozen Titles Receive Distribution Offers

January 15, 2013 - Valve today revealed the fourth set of games and Software titles to advance through Steam Greenlight and be offered worldwide distribution via the popular platform for games and software.

Over 60 titles have advanced through Steam Greenlight and been offered Steam distribution agreements since Greenlight launched in August of last year.

The latest Software titles are:
articy:draft | Game Design Tool
GroBoto - Modeling App
The latest games are:
Akaneiro: Demon Hunters
DLC Quest
Eador. Masters of the Broken World
Leisure Suit Larry
The Age of Decadence
War For The Overworld
These titles will be released independently in the months ahead (as they are varying stages of completion).

Steam Greenlight is a new platform feature that enlists the community's help in selecting some of the next games to be released on Steam. Launched on August 30, Greenlight allows developers and publishers to post information and media about their game in an effort to convince Community members that their game should be released on Steam.

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