Today Steam announced it was greenlighting 100 indie games, making them available on the Steam service. Among those games is Black Annex, the Australian made game built using QBASIC and Zafehouse Diaries, which was designed by Kotaku's Weekend Editor Logan Booker. Congratulations to both!
You can read the entire list of Greenlit games here.
Black Annex is a Syndicate-style isometric effort about
We've written fairly extensively about both games. You can read our profile of Black Annex creator Lance E. MacDonald here. This piece is also interesting: Logan Booker and Lance caught up at PAX Australia and found they had a lot in common. They have one more thing in common now!
Congratulations to everyone who was greenlit.