Yes, someone's made a game about bollywood dancing. It's going on Steam, thanks to Greenlight. The people have spoken!

Of course, diversity is still the name of the game with this fresh group of community-approved Steam games. We have a charming puzzle game about chemistry. An adventure game which aims to teach children about being environmentally conscious. Another adventure game in which you talk to robots in real-time. And of course, there's the ever-present Minecraft-esque block game. But before we take a closer look, here's something to keep in mind:

Note: Being Greenlit means that a game has been approved for distribution on Steam by the community. It doesn't guarantee a release—projects may be abandoned, crowdfunding campaigns may fail, developers may disappear. Greenlit games are merely guaranteed a spot on the Steam store, provided they manage to reach a state where they're fully playable.

Without any further ado, let's have a look at Steam's most recent Greenlight batch. Posted yesterday, it contains two software titles and thirty-eight games in total:

I'm especially looking forward to Orbitor—I really dig the art style and the music on that one. I'm also happy for Lords of Xulima; the more old-school RPGs we get, the better. Anything in particular you folks wanna check out?

40 Titles Greenlit Today [Steam]

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