With the February 19 batch of Greenlit titles, fifty have moved through Steam Greenlight and will soon be available through Steam. This batch includes the usual mix of shooters, platformers, horror and adventure games. This time around there is a lot to love.
Daina: The Herbarium is a single player adventure game featuring a hand painted world, taking inspiration from classic fairy tales. Players control Daina, a young girl who has lost her home and her parents after a tragic event. Daina and her grandfather find themselves trapped on what they believe is a deserted island, however, the two soon learn they may not be alone and must work together to find a way home. Bad weather, dangerous creatures and the island itself may hinder players as they solve puzzles, tend gardens and explore the island.
Path of Shadows is a third person stealth game influenced by classics like Technu Saga and more modern games like Mark of the Ninja and Dishonored. Players control a reborn warrior who sets out to rescue a deity from a temple fortress with the power of Shadow Control. Strategic sneak attacks, teleporting and using the darkness to your advantage are all major components of Path of Shadows.
Fairytales seem to be a theme in this batch of Greenlit games with Woolfe - The Red Hood Diaries taking on the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood. The game features retro-inspired platforming action, hack 'n slash combat, 3D puzzles and a dramatic, demented storyline. The journey to Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother's house only scratches the surface of this visually stunning adventure game.
Other noteworthy titles in this batch include BeamNG.drive, BloodLust: Shadowhunter, Cinders, Circuits, Galactic Princess, Hidden, The Last Cargo and TRI. See what other titles made it through Steam Greenlight this time around here.