By Ishaan . September 2, 2012 . 3:30pm
Steam Greenlight is a new initiative where fans are allowed to vote for games they’d like to see made available on the Steam service. Game makers can submit their games to the Greenlight program, beyond which its in the hands of fans votes to make it happen.
You can access the Steam Greenlight page here. Two games caught my eye in the Greenlight section this past week. The first is a neat game titled Melody’s Escape (above), which sounds like Bit. Trip Runner, except your own music library is used to generate stages and obstacles.
The other is MangaGamer’s Go Go Nippon. Visual novel fans might want to vote for that, since getting a game onto Steam has been one of the goals for English-language visual novel publishers like JAST USA and MangaGamer for quite a while.