Way back in July of 2014, GMT Games partnered with Playdek and ran a successful Kickstarter for Twilight Struggle, a digital version of the board game that shares the same name. It promised Linux support, which still hasn't been delivered.
A user wrote in to ask us to find out what's going on, since the game released on Steam back in April of 2016 and there's still no sign of the Linux version.
The only time I can find an actual comment about the status of the Linux version, after searching through Kickstarter comments and updates, Steam forums posts and so on is one from April 2016 on the Steam forum, which read:
Yes. Linux is currently on the schedule after iOS/Android but before PS4.
I reached out to Playdek directly and they replied. Sadly, there's still no good news to share on this. Here's what they said:
We don't have a date for a Linux version to discuss right now, but we are looking into getting support for this platform with the publisher. We will update everyone when we do have firm information to share. As for the Kickstarter, there were very few backers who selected Linux as their reward platform, and those who did have either been migrated to another platform of their choice or been issued a refund. We do want to add Linux support for Twilight Struggle and other Playdek games in the future, so this is something we are actively pursuing. Thanks for reaching out.Playdek
If you're going to run a Kickstarter, you are responsible for communicating clearly to everyone who gave you funding. Just because you have "very few" backers who specifically selected a platform, doesn't make it any better that communication has been poor for years.