It’s not just crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter where indie game developers with brilliant ideas, but not the funds to realise them, need your help. After all, once you’ve made the game, you’ve still got to sell it somewhere, and that’s where Valve’s Steam Greenlight initiative comes in.
This little, tucked-away channel on the huge PC game download store lets you view indie game submissions and vote for those you’d love to buy on the service: if a project gets enough thumbs up, Valve may just give it a prominent space on its virtual shelves. And it just so happens that Greenlight is crammed full of brilliant ideas we’d pay good money for and then some: so go on, break out your thumbs up and help these indie games to hit the big time.
Radial-G : Racing Revolved
It’s been getting on 10 years since Nintendo proffered us an F-Zero game, and with the Sony studio behind Wipeout now defunct too, where’s a gamer supposed to get his high-speed futuristic racing thrills? Watch Star Wars Episode 1 again? No thanks. We’ll go for Radial-G instead, which promises blazing fast anti-grav tracks as well as Oculus Rift support, with a multiplayer demo on the way next month.
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