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Steam Has Greenlit Even More Games For Linux

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As usual Steam has put the greenlight on for more indie games to get onto Steam, quite a few of the recent batch support Linux too.

Here are the confirmed ones:

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tuxisagamer 17 Oct, 2013
I only vote on greenlight projects that support Linux.
Maokei 17 Oct, 2013
Damn theres some fine game coming our way soon!
Lord Avallon 17 Oct, 2013
I am glad Hot Tin Roof was greenlit, I didn´t know about Half-Life 2: Capture the Flag, it looks very fun, the whole list has some interesting titles!
manny 17 Oct, 2013
the more linux titles the better specially, before SteamOS arrives, they can fill up that library.

I would even throw in the more popular open source games in there.
Rustybolts 17 Oct, 2013
Ravensword is a great game currently playing it on my Nexus, will probably buy for linux just to show them support
Bumadar 17 Oct, 2013
after reading the story behind the original J.u.l.i.a, the enhanced edition is a must buy :)
minj 17 Oct, 2013
Quoting: Quote from tuxisagamerI only vote on greenlight projects that support Linux.
Same here.

Neverending nightmares have a rather unique style.
Sparkle seems to be a good one to chillax.
Looking forward to the Fall especially
s_d 17 Oct, 2013
Even though I'm not a Steam person, I'm most excited about the story-driven games on the list, and backed some in their crowdfunding campaigns, including Fran Bow, J.U.L.I.A, Neverending Nightmares, and Hot Tin Roof.  I hope that the Steam sales keep those studios in continuously production making games for us and distributed several ways, and I voted for them on Greenlight.
Cheeseness 19 Oct, 2013
This is essentially half of the titles from this batch of greenlit titles. I think this is the highest ratio of Linux friendly titles that we've seen yet, which is super promising :D

I think The Fall is the one I'm most excited about at the moment. I had the opportunity to play with an early prototype yesterday and I'm really impressed with where John wants to take the game :)
molla 19 Oct, 2013
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