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Seal of Approval: For your ConsiderationCollection by Raketenziesel
333+ Steam Greenlight™ listed games which look promising and original. The listing is subjective and in no particular order — although I try to keep exceptional stuff on top — and it comes with no claims of completeness. Feel free to like and fa...
League of extraordinary GamesCollection by Mr. Nekator
A collection of (hopefully) formidable, upcoming games from the strategy/RPG/(Action)-adventure section. -------------------------------------- due to the now easier way to add games this collection should always be more or less at an up to date lev...
Выбор Zone of GamesCollection by さようなら
Данная коллекция была создана как дополнение к теме Greenlight на сайте Zone Of Games http://www.zoneofgames.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=26677
My Fav Greenlight gamesCollection by Grognard_87
A list of games from Greenlight that are both released and un-released that I believe look really cool and have a lot of potential. This is only opinion based and if you have a game suggestion to add to the list I'll be more than welcome to consider it.
Greenlight Projects Better Than La-Mulana (Well in my opinion anyway)Collection by Resolute
*** UPDATED - I have now moved those game on this list that have been Greenlit to the top. Both parts of the list are more or less in alphabetical order. *** This list was created out of having to listern to people complain about why was game X greenli...
OdeCollection by borvid
The question isn't "what are we going to do," the question is "what aren't we going to do?"