Papers, Please which is dystopian border and immigration management game and made by a single indie developer Lucas Pope has announced that Papers, Please should be out sometime in the summer and it will cost around $10.00 which you can find out for your self if you play the border guard mini game at Papers, Please’s official site.
In a perfect demonstration of how a few can ruin something for everyone else, Steam Greenlight the service on Steam that allow users to list games and decide whether games get published on Steam will now require developers to pay a $100 (£62.87) admission fee. The fee will go straight to charity. In this case it goes to the industries default charity, Child’s Play. What a surprise?
Valve Corporations indie game support platform which was announced way back in July has now been available for a few days now. Steam Greenlight allows Steam users to vote on which games they want to see get published on Steam. Steam Greenlight can be seen here.
Valve Corporation have announced that from 5th September its online digital store Steam will begin selling software titles. None was named but expect stuff ranging from “creativity to productivity.” I am guessing this will mean they will start offering things like the Apple Store and Google Play store such as photo applications with film and music being added in the future?