Valve’s new indie game showroom, Steam Greenlight, has been taking submissions and votes for a few weeks. They have now revealed a list of the first ten titles to get the nod for worldwide distribution via Steam. These are the games that have garnered that all-important critical mass in terms of public interest.
The list includes Black Mesa, the incredibly long-in-development Source remake of Half-Life, as well as a number of free-to-play titles that originally started life as mods of other games. Other titles include the squad-based RPG Kenshi as well as the really bizarre McPixel.
Another green-lit title to keep an eye on is Routine, a first-person action adventure game set in a Moon base during the 1980s. You can check out the complete list of titles over on the official announcement page here.