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Wednesday, 03 October 2012 09:40

Steam to offer non-game software

Written by David Stellmack

steam

Hard to say if it will be successful or not

As Valve announced back in August, the developer will start offering non-gaming software via Steam. While the news left many scratching their heads, it is here now, with six non-gaming titles in the first wave of offerings.

The six titles to be offered are ArtRage Studio Pro; CameraBag 2; GameMaker: Studio; 3D-Coat; 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11. The non-gaming titles use the same Steamworks features for east installs and updating and of course you can save your work to your performance Steam Cloud space.

If you act quickly, you can take advantage of the launch of these non-gaming titles and enjoy a nice 10% discount off their regular price.

See more here.


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