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We have had to wait a little while for this, but it seems Atari Vault for Linux isn't too far away now. The developers are taking on closed beta testers.

The developers sent a message to let us know:
QuoteHi everyone,

For anyone interested in helping us out in a closed beta testing of the Linux version before the public release, please sign up with our Code Mystics Forums at http://www.codemystics.com/forum/ and then, once signed up, send a PM to the forum administrator ("Contact us" link at the bottom) requesting a beta test key.

This key will grant you access to the Linux version only, and it will be valid for the duration of beta testing.


About the Atari Vault (From Steam)
Relive the Golden Age of Gaming with 100 of the most popular iconic games from the 70’s and 80’s. Now with online multiplayer capability, this extensive catalog includes classic Atari® titles like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, and many more, paired with intuitive new controls designed to mimic what Atari fans remember from the glory days! The brand new additions of online and local multiplayer, along with Steam Leaderboards, allows you to challenge friends and compete with players from around the world like never before. And now with Steam Controller support, you’ll have unprecedented levels of precision control. Atari® Vault is the ultimate collection of classic Atari titles, and is guaranteed to provide hours of fun!

Personal thoughts
Nice to see they will be getting people in to test, but it feels a little weird to accept outside testing and then take away their keys after. Personally, I think it's good to let people who help you polish up your game continue to get access to it, but I guess Atari aren't the charitable type. Still, if people go into it knowing this is the case, there's not really an issue. They are upfront about it, so that's good.

It will be really nice to have such a big collection of classics on Linux. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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GustyGhost 3 May 2016 at 12:06 am UTC
Atari shall be removed from the List of Shame™ once they make good on their promise.
Fishticon 3 May 2016 at 12:24 am UTC
I really do hope to see this on Linux soon.
I would like to see SEGA follow their example by porting of their new version of Genesis/MegaDrive classics that have Steam Workshop compatability.
Storminator16 4 May 2016 at 6:36 pm UTC
Btw, if anyone is interested, they quick with the key. I can't see this not being released sooner than later as everything seems to work smooth for me so far. Default Steam Controller mappings are nice.


Last edited by Storminator16 at 4 May 2016 at 6:36 pm UTC
mrdeathjr 9 May 2016 at 7:01 pm UTC
In my test works good, windowed mode are solved

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