March 3, 2011 3:30 PM | Michael Rose
So many awesome indie titles popping up on Steam over the last few days that you should be aware of, including some IGF finalists. Let's mention the wonderful SpaceChem first - I wrote about it recently, and in a nutshell, you should check it out. There's a demo, so at the very least grab that.
Next up, Nifflas hits the Steam Store with his ball-rolling NightSky. It's gorgeous, it's clever, it's essential - read my review and then give it a try. Dinner Date is also now available from Steam, following the life of Julian Luxemburg as he is stood up on a date. Ouch. Read my write-up about it.
BUTTON hits the Steam Store, and indeed the PC for the first time - it was originally an Xbox Live Indie Game title. I'm not sure how useful a copy of this game on PC is, as you'll need multiple wired Xbox controllers to play it and enough space around your PC, but hey - it's cheap!
Fate of the World is also available - I'm going to be giving this a proper write-up later as it is vaaanderful, but I can tell you now that it's worth checking out. Finally, BIT.TRIP.RUNNER leaves its home on WiiWare and lands on PC. Lovely rhythmic running action that, again, is totally worth a download.