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Greenlight or not? Ghost Project

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Hey devs!

I almost finished my first game and I wanted to share my experience(And do some publicity). I started working on Ghost 1 year ago and it was pretty difficult to manage my time, with school as my priority, it took me longer then expected, but I finally did it! So I used Unity3D with Photon for the networking and I made scripts with C sharp most of the time. Now that the game is fully playable I wanted to ask you guys if I should try to greenlight it or just keep it as a game dev experience without trying to build a community around my game? Before you reply in the comment to help me(You will eh?) I'm going to tell you what this game is about:

Basically it's a game inspired of PacMan where Ghosts are played by real players. There's two team, Ghosts and Humans: The humans try to get all the yellow points before getting killed by the 4 ghosts on the map and the ghosts need to kill them before they get all the collectibles(Yellow spheres) It's a simple idea but it's a lot of fun with friends. I already got a youtube channel where I post some gameplay footages and I also created a Steam Concept page. On both, the game doesn't look finished at all because they really aren't up to date(I'll fix that)
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkZVISN4uY07ZF1dwCl5fAw
Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=836588946

Thanks and sorry for my english I'm a french canadian so don't be rude.
 

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