The fourth set of games to stem from the Steam Greenlight voting process has been revealed, and it's quite the eclectic bunch. There are twelve games in total, plus two additional forms of software.
The fourteen releases include Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, Asylum, DLC Quest, Eador: Masters of the Broken World, La-Mulana, Leisure Suit Larry, MaK, The Age of Decadence, Unepic, War For The Overworld, articy:draft, and GroBoto. The later two are the aforementioned non-game titles; the former is a game design tool, and the latter is modeling app.
Of the games mentioned, one definite stand-out is La-Mulana, which is actually the remake of the old-school inspired platformer that was recently released on WiiWare with a number of enhancements, mostly in the graphics department. A PC version followed shortly thereafter, which added even more elements to the mix.
And the other highlight is Leisure Suit Larry. Or Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded to be exact, which is a modern remake of the 1987 original.
No release dates for the latest green-lit games have been given, other than Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, which is scheduled for January 24. Some of the other releases are still in development, which is why Valve has issued a general "they'll be out when they're good and ready" edict.