Browser-based MMO Eldevin
, which launched at the end of November and was named by our own Beau Hindman
as indie browser MMO of the year
, is now entering the fray that is Steam Greenlight's
open voting pool. Fans of Eldevin
can vote for the game if they want to see it come to Steam; Hunted Cow
aims to create a standalone Java-based version of Eldevin
that will run on Valve's
digital distribution platform.
Greenlight has proven a boon to many small studios. Since its inception, hundreds of games have been greenlit for distribution on Steam with the most recent batch landing just today
. If Eldevin
clears the vote threshold, it might just make it through Valve's approval process and onto Steam's digital shelves.
Check out the Eldevin
launch trailer after the break and have a look at the game's Greenlight listing
for more information.