This game has been Greenlit by the Community!

The community has shown their interest in this game. Valve has reached out to this developer to start moving things toward release on Steam.

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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Mar 1 @ 12:13pm
Mar 16 @ 11:19am
Release date: 4018

Venineth is a single-player game focusing on unraveling the mysteries of ancient alien technology, somewhere in the universe via exploration, platforming, and puzzle-solving, in a dangerous, distant worlds.

  • Over 20 places to explore, including: planets, moons, gas giants, orbital stations, asteroids, and alien megastructures
  • Semi-open world planetary levels with difficult to find tracks amongst a labyrinth of rocks, canyons, toxic lakes, and rivers of lava
  • Trial-type orbital levels, with challenging platforming sections containing gravity fields, force fields, and zero-g areas
  • Physics-based puzzles with varied mechanics
  • Original space-ambient music soundtrack

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dachi-cornflakes Mar 13 @ 2:06pm 
amazing atmosphere!
unknown Mar 12 @ 7:15am 
Calm and beautiful. 'Yes', I like it.
Blameless Games Mar 4 @ 1:56pm 
Sure, its a "ball rolling" walking simulator, but it is fitted into a really nice graphics suit for a change. I am intrigued and you got my vote.
Veskaida Mar 3 @ 4:46am 
I love the game's icon, and some of the locations being shown off in the screenshots are gorgeous. The graphics in the description are interesting too.

I was worried that the trailer wouldn't show us enough gameplay, and it's definitely on the edge. But I think it gives just enough of a taste to be compelling. Definitely would be nice seeing more gameplay depth and mechanics inveiled in a video though.
RAHMA Mar 2 @ 3:00pm 
Club_Shrimp Mar 2 @ 1:14pm 
The preview image looks good. The game does too, but 1. I'm sure I've seen several games like this pop up on Steam - the game EXO ONE springs to mind (not exactly the same, but similar), and 2. it kind of irks me a bit when UE4 games look so obviously like they were made with UE4 - It's sort of like the way there are lots of games obviously made with RPGMaker. I get the feeling it's easy to make graphically good-looking games with UE4, but you have to work a bit harder to really make them your own - sort of like RPG Maker.

Still, I'll give it a yes vote, because it seems to be a slight cut above the rest.
Nixo Mar 2 @ 12:12pm 
Tokamaster Mar 2 @ 11:29am 
Dragon Mar 2 @ 11:07am 
Yet another ball rolling tutorial masquerading as a game. No thanks.