Aussie made Zafehouse: Diaries gets greenlit on Steam

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Aussie made Zafehouse: Diaries gets greenlit on Steam

Surviving a zombie apocalypse? Easy. Getting your game onto the biggest distribution platform on the planet? A bit tougher...

Huge congrats to Atomic's own ex-editor, Logan Booker, and ex-PC Authority editor, David Kidd, on their successful Steam Greenlight campaign for Zafehouse: Diaries. Sure, for an indie game dev there can be few happier words than these:

The community has shown their interest in this game. Valve has reached out to this developer to start moving things toward release on Steam.

Zafehouse: Diaries proudly started life as a coding tutorial in Atomic a few years ago, and made it to full blown game status last year. If you're not familiar with the game, it's a procedural game of zombie survival, where you have to manage conflicting survivor motivations, supplies, and time to keep your people alive.

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