75 Steam Greenlight Approvals? OK, Here’s Another Top 5

There are still hundreds of games on Steam Greenlight, despite the store dropping tons of releases lately, but with this list of 75 more approved titles, at least the list is shorter now. Still, now you’ll have a giant amount of games to browse through to find which are the ones you like.

Don’t worry though, because that’s why we’re paid the big moderate existing bucks. We’ll not only show you a list, which you can also find on Greenlight’s latest entry, but we’ll also tell you afterwards what the five best ones are that we spotted.

Here are the 75 games approved through Steam Greenlight on May 28, 2014:

  • Adventures of Pip
  • Aeon Command
  • Assault Fire Español
  • Black The Fall
  • Block Fortress
  • Bloons TD 5 Deluxe
  • Brand
  • BrokenEarth
  • Champions of Demah
  • CivCraft – Legends of Ellaria
  • Color
  • Daedalus – No Escape
  • Dandelion  – Wishes Brought To You
  • Darkblood Chronicles
  • Dead Bits
  • Death to Spies 3
  • Dungeon Gate
  • Dungeons the Eye of Draconus
  • Entropy
  • Fairspace
  • Fist of Awesome
  • Glorious Leader
  • Great Permutator
  • Heart&Slash
  • Heavy Fire: Afghanistan
  • Heileen Series
  • Heroes of Issachar
  • Hidden in Plain Sight
  • Homebrew
  • Inside Me: Lighter In The Dark
  • Lost Outpost: Director’s Cut
  • Malebolgia
  • MechoEcho
  • Metal Dead: Encore
  • Minimon 3D
  • Momonga Pinball Adventure
  • Morphopolis
  • Naval Action
  • Northmark: Hour of the Wolf
  • Ocean City Racing
  • Orborun
  • Otherworld
  • Pirate Hell
  • Police 10-13
  • POP: Methodology Experiment One
  • Project After
  • Project Decay
  • Radiant Defense
  • Rakion
  • Real Heroes: Firefighter
  • Roundabout
  • Runers
  • Rush for Glory
  • SBK 12 Generations
  • Sentris
  • Shallow Space
  • Skylands
  • Star Sonata 2
  • Suicide Guy
  • Sunless Sea
  • Super Dungeon Bros
  • Supraball
  • The Howler
  • The Hum
  • The Legend of Crystal Bella
  • TheMaskMan
  • Tibia
  • Tinertia
  • Town of Salem
  • Toxic Bunny HD
  • TrackVerse
  • Unturned 2
  • Vertical Drop Heroes HD
  • Worlds


There’s no shortage of overly ambitious multiplayer sandbox games, survival tests and shooters. Maybe they’ll make this short top 5 list as well, but we’ll see. Ok, here goes:

5. Super Dungeon Bros
Not necessarily the most original cooperative slasher, but it’s damned colorful and with tons of humor to make it pop even further. It also has some sizable platform puzzle elements within its dungeons and that’s honestly pretty well done so far.

4. Glorious Leader
You can hate North Korea all you want, but this 16-bit run and gun game is untouchable in its authenticity. It doesn’t just live and breathe the classic SNES era of action-packed levels, but it’s also as topical as to have Kim Jong Un as the protagonist. And yes, Kim Jong Un does ride a narwhal to victory.

3. Minimon 3D
Ok, we’ll admit that it’s extremely cheeky of Minimon 3D to straight up steal the entire idea behind Pokémon, change a few letters and call it a day.

Still, we’d hate it a lot more if it didn’t look like this monster-breeding game wasn’t doing such a bang-up job to provide us with the 3D adventure we’ve all been waiting for. We only hope Nintendo doesn’t spot this.

2. Suicide Guy
Sensitive subjects usually produce either the best or the worst games. There’s no in between. Still, we have a good feeling about this one. Not only is this game trying to make a rather oddly-themed puzzle game, but it’s kind enough to know what it’s doing.

In the game’s description, the developer opens a discussion to anyone who could possibly be offended by the theme and urges them to speak, so that they can adjust the game.

1. Fist of Awesome
Didn’t we tell you it would inevitably get through Steam Greenlight? We totally did tell you that it would, so we hope you took our advice to buy it super cheap right now. You punch ghetto bear right in their stupid face; what did you expect would happen?