Maia turns to Steam Greenlight

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By on July 7, 2013 at 10:33 am

Ambitious colony-building sim Maia has joined the thronging masses on Steam Greenlight. It shouldn’t have too much trouble gaining support, because it already managed to storm through a successful Kickstarter last year, as well as an Indiegogo campaign. An alpha version was recently made available to backers, but if you missed out and can’t wait to get on board, sign up for the newsletter to find out the moment pre-orders open. Here’s a new trailer to encourage you to give it the Greenlight thumbs up and also drool on your keyboard until it shorts out.

Source: VG247

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oh that Maya!
awesome.

 
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