Steam Greenlight fifth set is incisive: Surgeon Simulator 2013, Organ Trail

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Steam Greenlight fifth set is incisive: Surgeon Simulator 2013, Organ Trail
Steam Greenlight gave the go-ahead to 10 new games today, two of which are decidedly dicey – as in, they involve slicing people open and/or their exposed, internal goo. Surgeon Simulator 2013, the 2013 Global Game Jam phenomenon, is now ready for Steam distribution, along with Organ Trail: Director's Cut, the retro zombie survival game from The Men Who Wear Many Hats.

Also on tap for a Steam launch is Hunstman: The Orphanage, a creepy survival-horror hit, along with Anodyne, Distance, Evoland, Kingdom Rush, Legends of Dawn, Receiver and War Thunder. Steam also Greenlit two software titles, a painting tool called Black Ink and PC management service Driver Fusion. Check out the details on all the Greenlit goodies here.
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Fifth Set of Titles Greenlit Today

February 26th, 2013 - Valve today revealed the fifth 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 70 titles have advanced through Steam Greenlight and been offered Steam distribution agreements since Greenlight launched in August of last year.

The latest software titles:
Black Ink
Driver Fusion

The latest games:
Huntsman:The Orphanage
Kingdom Rush
Legends of Dawn
Organ Trail: Director's Cut
Surgeon Simulator 2013
War Thunder

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, 2012, 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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