As you may or may not know, Steam has a new initiative called Greenlight.
Basically, individual people or indie game developers can submit their games to be in Greenlight. The community votes for which ones they want to be available on Steam.
All kinds of games have already been submitted, with over forty games already greenlit, and a dozen of them already released. A new batch will be announced in January.
This thread's purpose is simple. If there is a game on Greenlight you want to see finished and available on Steam, post it here. A big part of this thing is spreading word and building interest.
So anyway, I wouldn't make this thread if there weren't games I want to see make it onto Steam. I'm only gonna post one for now cause I just finished the alpha demo for it, so it's fresh in my head.
Against the Wall is a first-person puzzle-platformer set on the side of an infinite wall. Entire civilizations and ecosystems cling for survival on the side of the wall, everyone and everything existing under the constant threat of tumbling into an endless sky. The wall is made up of square white bricks of varying sizes. You can pull these bricks out of the wall to form platforms, stairs, and paths. Along the way, you'll encounter cities, forests, volcanoes, castles, and other environments in your journey through this strange world.
The final game will feature several different environments that populate procedurally over the infinite surface of the wall. Each environment has its own set of unique brick types that you will interact with in different ways (timed bricks, bouncy bricks, etc.). You may choose to follow the game's story path through each environment, or set off and explore the wall on your own, avoiding all of my carefully constructed set pieces, cities, and elevator shortcuts.
I really enjoyed the alpha for this game. Basically just moving is a puzzle due the irregular sizes of the blocks. It's fun and really unique. Plus it has Linux support, which is always worth extra points for me.[/hide]