Tomppelix 28. Apr. 2013 um 9:29 Uhr
important thing to Steam!!
why wont you add WWII online to Steam? it has "yes"s more than usually others do and they get immediately to steam!?

what does it make bad for steam? it helps both!!

i really want to hear some word from actual steam than get this post deleted!
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Kablam0 28. Apr. 2013 um 9:45 Uhr 
The developers have to request that their games be released on Steam, and not the other way around. This is a very common misconception.
Tomppelix 28. Apr. 2013 um 10:14 Uhr 
it is in greenlight... but not in the steam
Spawn of Totoro 28. Apr. 2013 um 10:16 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von mrseppo1:
it is in greenlight... but not in the steam

Then enough people haven't voted for it yet. It will be released on Steam when it gets enough votes.
Kablam0 28. Apr. 2013 um 10:16 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von mrseppo1:
it is in greenlight... but not in the steam

I see. I am assuming that the game has yet to meet some criteria that only Valve knows. Just continue following the game and see what happens.
Tomppelix 29. Apr. 2013 um 7:35 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Spawn of Totoro:
Ursprünglich geschrieben von mrseppo1:
it is in greenlight... but not in the steam

Then enough people haven't voted for it yet. It will be released on Steam when it gets enough votes.

i alrady said it have a ton of votes more than usually other games get...
Thordred 29. Apr. 2013 um 10:32 Uhr 
Valve doesn't greenlight the games with the most votes, they greenlight whatever they want. And apparently Surgeon Simulator meets Steams quality standard better.
Τhe Rolling Cheese Wheel 29. Apr. 2013 um 10:37 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Thordred:
Valve doesn't greenlight the games with the most votes, they greenlight whatever they want. And apparently Surgeon Simulator meets Steams quality standard better.

The game is unique, funny and isn't another flipping 2D platformer, moba, rts, or shooter. Sounds like it's more than good enough to pass GL.
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Thordred 29. Apr. 2013 um 10:52 Uhr 
I wasn't being ironic... or maybe I was... but it doesn't matter. :P
Point is, you can't assume that a game gets greenlit just because it got many votes. With the last batch, some games that were at position 60 and lower got greenlit, some of the games at top positions didn't. The selection process seems to be completely random.^^
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Tomppelix 30. Apr. 2013 um 5:59 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von The Rolling Cheese:
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Thordred:
Valve doesn't greenlight the games with the most votes, they greenlight whatever they want. And apparently Surgeon Simulator meets Steams quality standard better.

The game is unique, funny and isn't another flipping 2D platformer, moba, rts, or shooter. Sounds like it's more than good enough to pass GL.

u mean WWII Online?
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