Steam Debuts Everyday Shooter, Redesigned Store

By Aaron Linde, May 08, 2008 12:10pm PDT Valve announced today that Queasy Games' stylistic shoot-'em-up Everyday Shooter is now available on its downloadable PC gaming service Steam.

Originally designed by indie developer Jonathan Mak as a downloadable game for the PlayStation 3, Everyday Shooter is a top-down, non-scrolling shooter with eight levels that feature differing gameplay dynamics. The game's music is procedurally generated by player actions such as shooting, dying, and destroying foes.

The title is priced at $9.99, with a 10% discount for those who purchase it within its first week of availability.

Valve also revealed that it has redesigned Steam's interface to "better showcase the growing number of titles and publishers."

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