This game is now available on Steam!

Thanks for your help in getting this game selected for distribution via Steam. More information including a link to the Steam store page can be found below.

Greenlight is being retired. For more information on how to submit games to steam, refer to this blog post.
Shelter is live!
April 15, 2013 - Might and Delight

We are very happy to announce our new game Shelter this cold day in April! We are mid-way trough in production and everyting is running smoothly. We will update our Greenlight page with everything from screenshots, videos and concept art as we get closer to release!

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Christ Catnap Apr 23, 2013 @ 4:29pm 
@SteVic82: You might want to Read a EuroGamer Article (Some excerpts are below) then a section of the Greenlight FAQ (The entry in question below that):

“So Greenlight seems to be doing well for first time developers, but how about those who previously had games accepted internally who are now being asked to go through the less personal Greenlight process?”

“That's the case for indie adventure game publisher Wadjet Eye, who's now being asked to submit its sci-fi point-and-click adventure Primordia to Greenlight after its previous title, Resonance, had been accepted by Valve almost immediately.”
Christ Catnap Apr 23, 2013 @ 4:29pm 
“Wadjet Eye founder Dave Gilbert didn't seem particularly discouraged by this. To him, rejection from Steam was par for the course. "Gemini Rue, our runaway biggest hit, was rejected twice by them before they finally accepted it," Gilbert explained. "In fact, Steam has rejected almost every one of our games only to change their minds later, so this situation is nothing new!”

“"I sent our Primordia pitch (which included several preview quotes from the coverage we gathered, basically the same way we'd pitched Resonance) to my usual contact at Steam, but I received a boilerplate rejection letter from somebody else I hadn't spoken with before. It was the same letter that I'd seen before, but with the addition of, 'I highly suggest putting together a page on Steam Greenlight.' Lacking any other option, that's what we did."”
Christ Catnap Apr 23, 2013 @ 4:29pm 
“So does Wadjet Eye's rejection mean that Greenlight is the only way for developers to get their games on the service?”

“Not so, apparently. “When a new submission comes from a developer we haven't worked with before, it's likely but not guaranteed that the title will be directed to Greenlight," said Valve's Doug Lombardi. "The inverse is also true - if a developer has already published on Steam they are likely but not guaranteed to skip Greenlight and go directly to the publishing phase with a new title. Sometimes there will always be edge cases where more information is needed."”
Christ Catnap Apr 23, 2013 @ 4:28pm

“Who should submit their games to Steam Greenlight? Is there another way to submit my game to Steam?”
“Steam Greenlight has replaced our previous submission process. Any developer or publisher who is new to Steam and interested in submitting their game to the platform should submit their game through Steam Greenlight.”

This question has been asked over and over again, were talking tens of times; it is as exemplary that a small percentage of the approx. 200K+ Greenlight participants are curious to ask as it is disappointing that, to my knowledge—limited as that is truly is—I’ve yet to see someone (a member, not a Dev.) post an answer.

All the best!!!
SteVic82 Apr 16, 2013 @ 5:10pm 
there's something that I don't understand: you have already reached Steam with Pid, why you have to pass from Grenlight with the new game?
NeoBlumbo Apr 16, 2013 @ 1:12pm 
looks great!
MisterMartijn Apr 15, 2013 @ 1:47pm 
What will the price be?