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The full SteamWorld series is heading to Google Stadia "soon"

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While they're seemingly not giving an exact date just yet, Thunderful Publishing and Image & Form announced today that multiple SteamWorld titles are heading to Google Stadia.

The titles are:

  • SteamWorld Dig - $9.99
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 - $19.99
  • SteamWorld Heist - $19.99
  • SteamWorld Quest - $24.99

With the announcement, they also mentioned that both SteamWorld Dig 2 and SteamWorld Quest will be available to anyone with an active Stadia Pro subscription. Otherwise, you can buy them with the prices they sent over listed above.

All really great games and I do especially love how they don't stick to any particular genre, with them mixing between a metroidvania/platformer adventure with the Dig series, onto a turn-based strategy with Heist and then a deck-building RPG with Quest.

You can see the public announcement on their Twitter and further info on the Stadia blog.

The fun thing here, is that they're already Linux desktop titles (and ones I can easily recommend trying) so moving over to Stadia was possibly not too much effort since Stadia is Debian Linux. I've reached out to ask if they could provide a statement on that, as it really would be interesting to find out more details on the porting side of it.

If you missed it, more Stadia titles were announced this month too like Serious Sam Collection, Panzer Dragoon and tons more to come yet.

Are you one of our readers who has access to Stadia? With the Stadia Pro subscription renewal coming up, are you keeping it or cancelling it for now? Let us know in the comments.

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orochi_kyo 20 Feb, 2020
Does Stadia counts "Linux sales"? I mean is Google telling devs how many of the players are using Linux?

This is a deal-breaker, quite simple, I want the dev to know I'm playing its game on Linux.
tuxintuxedo 20 Feb, 2020
I don't think they need to know that. Just the numbers are important. Only the latter matters for the devs using Stadia.
Of course they might collect the extra info for typical Google advertising purposes.

Last edited by tuxintuxedo on 20 February 2020 at 5:41 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 20 Feb, 2020
Quoting: orochi_kyoDoes Stadia counts "Linux sales"? I mean is Google telling devs how many of the players are using Linux?

This is a deal-breaker, quite simple, I want the dev to know I'm playing its game on Linux.
It's streaming, platforms like that don't matter to it but I've no doubt Google are tracking stuff internally to know where to focus improvements.
mylka 20 Feb, 2020
why would anyone stream this?
these games dont need much disc space or high end pc

heist and dig have less than 200MB
if you stream it you have this amount within seconds

Last edited by mylka on 20 February 2020 at 8:54 pm UTC
Ketil 20 Feb, 2020
I really like steamworld Dig 1&2. The second is more fun. Heist was kind of a let-down, haven't tried quest.
catbox_fugue 25 Feb, 2020
oh yeah? Heist was my favorite by far.

im not even sure why google is charging full retail price for games people dont even own.
actually, they are charging more than steam

so whats the point?
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