by Cheeseness January 18, 2013 at 3:02 am , Views: 2335
QuoteNot if you're the only one interested in it.
|Comment by Cheeseness on January 20, 2013 at 8:06 am Link To Me|
It seems to have have had some kind of impact. I've updated the first post with some subsequent tweets by Two Tribes.
s_dWow, Cheese... I see what you did there
It wasn't me. All I did was ask if they were finally thinking about it, and then got the word out when they asked if there were more who were interested. It was everybody else who made the difference (I know this because I'd previously had this discussion with them on my own a couple of times).
For anybody who can't see the whole picture, there are many, many more tweets that aren't tied to anything linked to in the first post (I retweeted a few dozen before deciding that I'd spammed my followers enough ).
|Comment by KIAaze on January 24, 2013 at 9:37 pm Link To Me|
QuoteWhat do you think? Would you be keen to see their games on Linux?Having missed the "Humble Bundle for Android 1" with "Toki Tori" and "Edge", I would like them to make it available somewhere else. On their website, Desura, Gamolith, Steam, somewhere!
("Edge" I got in one of the later bundles it seems)
So, yes, I would be keen to see their games available on GNU/Linux, but it would be nice if I could try the already ported games first!
It's not even available on this page somebody posted on reddit: http://calvein.github.com/humble-games/
QuoteIs Twitter an effective way for developers to reach out and gauge interest from Linux gamers?Not for me, as I do not use Twitter. I do have an identi.ca account, but even that I don't really use much.
Therefore, just posted on their website instead: http://twotribes.com/message/toki-tori-2