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Valve greenlights Gunman Clive, Black Gold Online and more

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The latest crop of games approved through Steam Greenlight includes 40 titles that can make their way to Steam in the coming weeks and months.

Games selected include Black Gold Online, Snail Games' Victorian steampunk massively multiplayer online role-playing game, Liege, Coda Games' Kickstarter funded modern interpretation of a 16-bit role playing game, Paradise Lost: First Contact, Asthree Works' stealth platformer starring a sentient alien plant, which is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter, Pixel Boy, Giant Box Games' top-down shooter and Sokobond, Wanderland's puzzle game about chemistry that was featured at PAX Prime 2013.

The full list of games given then greenlight Nov. 12 is as follows:

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  • Black Gold Online
  • Bollywood Wannabe
  • Bot Colony
  • C-Rush
  • Castle in the Darkness
  • Chuck's Challenge 3D
  • Clang
  • Crimsonland
  • The Dark Phantom
  • Death Road
  • Freedom Fall
  • Grimind
  • Gunman Clive
  • Harvest
  • Hypovolemia
  • Kopatel Online
  • NaissancE
  • Liege
  • Little Racers Street
  • Luquid Rhythm Intro
  • Lords of Discord
  • Lords of Xulima
  • Ludwig
  • MechKnight Chronicles: Knightfall
  • Motor Rock
  • Oribitor
  • Paradise Lost: First Contact
  • Pixel Boy
  • Rats Instagib
  • RaySupreme 3D
  • Smooth Operators
  • Sokobond
  • Stick 'Em Up 2
  • Super Chain Crusher Horizon
  • The Tale of Alltynex
  • Toki Remake
  • Undead Overlord
  • Wheels of Destruction
  • Wilson Chronicles

"These titles were selected on the same criteria we have been using in the past," this week's announcement post on the Steam Community forums reads. "Votes in Greenlight give us a hugely valuable point of data in gauging community interest along with external factors such as press reviews, crowd-funding successes, performance on other similar platforms and awards and contests to help form a more complete picture of community interest in each title."

Valve announced Steam Greenlight in July 2012. The service allows Steam users to vote on games they'd like to see brought to Valve's digital distribution service. Since then, Valve has announced hundreds of games eligible for worldwide distribution through Steam.