Sadly it seems the Linux version of The Coma: Recut [Official Site] vanished at release, even after taking pre-orders.
We all know all too well that pre-orders have inherent risks attached to them. This is especially true when it comes to Linux releases. Steam is full of cases of developers pulling out Linux support right on release without any prior indication.
Sadly, now we can add GOG to this as well as Steam. For this title, GOG directly took pre-orders. All mentions of the Linux version vanished from both stores. I should note that it's not GOG's fault, since they are dependent on developers having the Linux version there and ready. However, if a platform is removed, both GOG and Steam have a duty to make sure that developers properly inform customers.
I spoke to the developer on Steam and they said this:
We have a Linux version completed, but have not been able to playtest it yet.
If you're going to put down Linux as a release platform and take money before release, you better make sure you make time to test it. Even worse, don't make people resort to asking about what happened on a forum. This is yet another reminder that pre-orders are a bad idea.
Not amused by this. I hope they do put out a Linux version and we don't end up with another game that just doesn't happen.
Thanks to Alm888 for letting us know!