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I'm so gonna buy it!Collection by lunchweek
I'm so gonna buy it!
Magna's recommended Greenlight gamesCollection by magna
Adventure 'Point and Click' Games - any genreCollection by Diana
List of Adventure games to be Greenlit by the Community. Horror, comical/funny, mystery --- any genre, really. Will be adding games that have the 'point and click' adventure element to this list (absolutely NO HOGs), challenging but not over the top, and
The Power CollectionCollection by [AUTUMN] Palpek
One of the oldest collections on Greenlight - created among the very first 3. Games picked by gaming enthusiasts on SA forums and SA irc channel. Only the best of the best, hand-picked and voted on by the community. Living and frequently updated!
August 28th Batch of Greenlit TitlesCollection by ChrisK
This is the collection of titles Greenlit on August 28th, 2013 and offered worldwide distribution via Steam. ===================================== As we work to streamline the publishing workflow and improve the tools available to developers preparin
Greenlight JewelsCollection by Talana
Favoured Greenlight Games . I used the beautiful art of Elena Dudina as backgrounds . You can find her Deviant Art address under "View More Info" at the top of my profile .
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 leve
It's Adventure TimeCollection by Mr Delabee
A guide to adventure games trying to get onto Steam via Steam Greenlight. Let adventure games take you on that adventure of a lifetime. It's Adventure Time!
Adventure Games In The GreenCollection by AgustinCordes
Adventure is one of the oldest game genres around. Some of the greatest moments in gaming history that still endure in our memories happened in adventures. Unfortunately, many believe the genre is dying and adventures don't sell, in spite of resounding cas