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Mojang Still Fully Intends To Bring Scrolls To Linux
Posted , 16 December 2013 at 1:27 pm UTC / 4352 views
As more months pass by I wonder if my purchase of Scrolls was a write-off, thankfully not as Mans Olson from Mojang has confirmed Linux is still on the list.

Scrolls is Mojang's latest game featuring decks of cards that come alive on the battlefield as you battle it out with another player across the world on an AI. Thankfully the creators of Minecraft have confirmed to me again that Linux will still happen for Scrolls.


So folks you heard it here first, it will still come to Linux. If like me you purchased it on their statements before fear not they do hear us!

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I have personally tested a bit of it in the past and it's actually pretty decent and it sucked a few hours of my life away, cannot wait to see it on Linux.

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sgtGarcia commented on 16 December 2013 at 5:22 pm UTC

There are three card games that will get players:
1. Scrolls - Win/Lin/Mac - Paid
2. Faeria  - Win/Lin/Mac - Paid - ( closed beta )
3. Hearthstone - Win/Mac - Free - ( closed beta )

Scrolls & Hearthstone are more casual than Faeria.
Faeria got more than cards to play, You have to shape the terrain & keep economy ( gold & faeria [ kind of mana ] ).
I think that Faeria will be the best card game of this/next year.

For best, check them all & choose

There are three card games that will get players: 1. Scrolls - Win/Lin/Mac - Paid 2. Faeria  - Win/Lin/Mac - Paid - ( closed beta ) 3. Hearthstone - Win/Mac - Free - ( closed beta ) Scrolls & Hearthstone are more casual than Faeria. Faeria got more than cards to play, You have to shape the terrain & keep economy ( gold & faeria [ kind of mana ] ). I think that Faeria will be the best card game of this/next year. For best, check them all & choose :D
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Anon commented on 16 December 2013 at 10:20 pm UTC

Faerie was also abandoned by its developers and the Linux version is never getting a proper Steam release.

Faerie was also abandoned by its developers and the Linux version is never getting a proper Steam release.
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Tiger commented on 17 December 2013 at 12:37 pm UTC

Never ever buy a non-already-released linux game. Please.

Never ever buy a non-already-released linux game. Please.
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sgtGarcia commented on 17 December 2013 at 3:58 pm UTC

Quote from AnonFaerie was also abandoned by its developers ...
What? Faeria is still under development.
Quote from Anon...the Linux version is never getting a proper Steam release.
Well for now Faeria in Linux is only browser ( Flash ), but from what I know ( http://www.faeria.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=1205&pid=9875#pid9875 )they want to use Unity engine, so Linux support all the way.

[quote=Quote from Anon]Faerie was also abandoned by its developers ...[/quote] What? Faeria is still under development. [quote=Quote from Anon]...the Linux version is never getting a proper Steam release.[/quote] Well for now Faeria in Linux is only browser ( Flash ), but from what I know ( [url=http://www.faeria.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=1205&pid=9875#pid9875]http://www.faeria.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=1205&pid=9875#pid9875[/url] )they want to use Unity engine, so Linux support all the way.
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Pixel-Pirate commented on 18 December 2013 at 1:50 am UTC

Quote from TigerNever ever buy a non-already-released linux game. Please.
You're right buddy!

[quote=Quote from Tiger]Never ever buy a non-already-released linux game. Please.[/quote] You're right buddy!
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