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19 December 2014

It's almost time for the Greenlight Supershow!

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On Saturday June 29th the Greenlight Supershow will showcase over 25 games from Steam Greenlight in a massive 13+ hour livestream on Twitch.tv! To celebrate this epic event we've had a dig through our indie cupboard and we're happy to announce that two of the titles the Supershow will feature will also be given away right here at Gamersaurs!

 

This Saturday, tune in to a huge livestream event to support and promote a wide variety of indie games from the Steam Greenlight project. Organiser Alix of Robot Loves Kitty, whose own game was Greenlit, has organised this event to help other small studios to reach and grow their communities, and raise gamers' awareness of indie games and how to help them.

As well as featuring previews and giveaways, the Greenlight Supershow will also feature a number of special guests, as developers of successfully Greenlit games turn up to show their support and several well known Youtube personalities join the fun. Portions of the show will be co-hosted by Jesse “OMFGcata” Cox, Ryan “Northernlion” Letourneau, and other indie loving Video-ers!

 

The details

The show will be streaming live on Twitch.tv June 29th with the pre show starting at 10:30am EST/EDT and ending at midnight, and you can tune into the show by clicking here.

Just a few of the games on show

Here's a sample of the games you'll see on the Supershow:

All of these projects are waiting to be Greenlit, and there are some great titles among them!

Win some right here!

Thanks to our good friends over at Indie Game Stand, we have two of the featured titles to give away. We'll close this competition on Tuesday, giving you plenty of time to watch the show and decide which appeals most!

Escape Goat

This crazy little platformer will appeal to anyone who loves goats, puzzles and escaping from dungeons, and we have two copies to give away.

A goat, imprisoned for witchcraft, must escape the treacherous Prison of Agnus. Take heart, for a friendly mouse accompanies you, and he can help in the most unexpected ways.

 

 

Paranautical Activity

This first-person roguelike shooter is set on a haunted ship, with randomly generated rooms and features. Oh, and of course, permanent character death. We have three copies to give away!

Paranautical Activity combines the classic FPS gameplay of games like Doom and Quake, with the randomness and difficulty of modern roguelikes like Binding of Isaac and Spelunky.

 

 

To win a copy of either Escape Goat or Paranautical Activity, simply comment, on this article here, or via Facebook or Twitter, tell us which of the two titles you would like to play and why you think they should be Greenlit! This contest closes on Tuesday the 2nd of July at 8pm GMT!

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