Another Aussie indie developer is making an impact in the wide world if independent game design, this time crafting a gadget to help developers drive votes to their Steam Greenlight submissions.
Greenlink, as it's so aptly called, is the brainchild of developer Tom Greenaway who created the free tool as a means to not only help other indies get their games across the line on Steam's new platform, but also for a bit of consistency in the submissions process. And, like most indie projects here in Australia at the moment, Greenlink is being nurtured to maturity by the very competent Surprise Attack.
When asked if he was worried that Steam would create their own Widget that does the same thing, Greenaway responded with an enthusiastic "that'd be great", adding that [Steam] "should be working hard on Greenlight and giving it their all".
If you're an indie developer looking for something to help you get your game out on Valve's service, check out Greenlink at this equally green link
here on AusGamers.