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Want To See Guy Dressed Up As a Tomato Near Valve’s Office?

Group of indie developers have started a petition to get indie games to Steam. The petition is located here. The guy who started all this – Paul – has promised the following:

“If we get 10,000 signatures, I will personally fly out to Valveā€™s offices and give it to them, while dressed up as a tomato.”

That’s a good reason alone to sign the petition. I’ve just signed the petition and really hope that you’d do that as well. It took me like 8 seconds, so I’m sure that’s not too much to ask: just sign it, please. Can’t wait to see that guy in a tomato suit.

If you happen to have little bit of more time, remember to digg the article as well.

Juuso Hietalahti

3 Comments

  1. Yaya, steamworks sound pretty impressible. But it is not quite clear how to publish a game inside steam and how much is the cost.

  2. I thought Steam already had a lot of “indie” games? I actually would prefer they keep the standards kind of high. That’s what the guy in charge of Steam told me he wanted to do at the game dev conference, I am too tired to remember the name of it.

    Too many crap games would dilute its effectiveness. I’m not saying these games are crap, but they must have been rejected for a reason.

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