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Dwarfs!? Added to Steam Linux and may be getting free to play

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Another day another game added to Steam, this time it's Dwarfs!? Which may also be getting a free to play event.

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If you look on the Steam DB for this entry it states "Dwarfs!? F2P" so it could be getting a free to play weekend which Steam does now and then for games!

Update: The Free 2 Play version already exists, you get the very basics of the game totally free and can purchase other bits to add-on or you can buy the whole game (which isn't exactly expensive anyway). Article taken from
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Anon 8 Feb, 2013
It already is F2P, that's always been there.
Kurremkarmerruk 8 Feb, 2013
Yeah it actually has a F2P version I believe which probably has a limited number of modes or something.

Love that you put the TotalBiscuit WTF right in the post!  Great idea!
mentorious 9 Feb, 2013
Doesn't work :'(

Quotefailed to start game (missing executables)

any ideas? I tried reinstalling but still no effect.
Liam Dawe 9 Feb, 2013
Ah yes it has a paid and F2P version (with purchasable addons).
Hyeron 9 Feb, 2013
Quoting: mentoriousDoesn't work

Quotefailed to start game (missing executables)

any ideas? I tried reinstalling but still no effect.
Oddly enough, I had to reinstall the whole of Steam to get it to properly download (maybe due to the switch from ~/.Steam to ~/.local/share/Steam ?).
For now it doesn't run on my machine either, I get a crash at startup (and apparently I'm not the only one).
Anon 9 Feb, 2013
That's a mono problem, poke the folks at Tripwire/power of 2 to fix it/switch to monokickstart.
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