A new game company is hoping to get exposure on the largest PC gaming digital store.

Greyborn Studios is a recently created independent studio of veterans that have worked on PC classics System Shock 2 and Thief, the toys-to-life hit Skylanders, and the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Its first game, Luna and the Moonling, is on Steam Greenlight, where users of the platform can vote on projects to be included in Valve’s digital store.

“While we’re a new independent studio, we are founded by very talented game developers who have worked on some of the biggest franchises in gaming,” said Scott Blinn, chief executive officer and creative director of Greyborn Studios, in a press release sent to GamesBeat. “We created Greyborn Studios because we wanted to collaborate directly with gamers without the constraints of big publishing bureaucracy. This allows us to focus on making the games we all want to play.”

Luna and the Moonling is a puzzle game that has players switching between characters with unique abilities. You can watch a trailer for it below.