Greenlight, Steam's community-voted popularity contest, has revealed the fourth selection of games to make it through the service and win Steam eligibility. As usual it's a nice and broad selection of games, featuring everything from Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards to American McGee's latest project, Akaneiro: Demon Hunters.
Puntastic puzzlers, pretty underworld platformers, robots party planners and games of expansionist imperial politicking: there are a lot of excellent upcoming games going unnoticed on Greenlight. We've done our bit to address the signal-to-noise ratio, bundling together the games we think are most deserving of a Steam release into the PC Gamer Greenlight Collection. Why not do your bit by throwing a few votes their way? Let us know in the comments if you've spotted other lamentably unchampioned titles.
The oddly named MaK is a game that combines the tiny planetoids and playful gravity of Super Mario Galaxy with a physics engine Isaac Newton would be proud of - and he's a notoriously hard man to please. At its heart is a sandbox building game with action elements, much like any of the 3,000 similar games currently in development, but MaK sets itself apart by taking place in the vast emptiness of space, where no one can hear you scream "Minecraft."