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So it looks like Steam have increased their game throughput for Greenlight.
Apparently they've recently Greenlit a batch of 100 games, which is a lot more than they usually do.
I had pretty much given up on Epic Battle Fantasy 4 getting through Greenlight, but after seeing this, it might still have a chance. Previously the game was no where near the top 100, but now it's at number 70!
So if you know anyone who still hasn't voted and might enjoy the game: get them to vote here! EBF4 currently has 13,453 yes votes. Boost that by 50%, and that should be enough to get it through!
The Steam version of EBF4 will include a new battle area, with stronger versions of bosses, long endurance/survival battles, and some bosses returning from the previous games. New equipment and achievements will be awarded for completing these challenges.
The Steam version will also include all premium content available in the web version, and will not suffer from the restrictions of web browser games; It'll have fullscreen support, no ads, no audio compression, and it won't need an internet connection!
It'll probably cost around $10, but that's not completely up to me.
If you've somehow stumbled upon this post and don't know what EBF4 is, watch this trailer: