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Papers, Please Still Coming To Linux

Posted by , 17 December 2013 at 2:01 pm UTC / 7677 views
Imagine yourself as a resident of the communist state of Arstotzka. The war with a neighbouring country has ended and now half of a town, Grestin, has been reclaimed on the border. You are an immigration inspector, tasked with controlling the flow of people into Arstotzka. You decide the fate of every person who comes by your booth; will they pass through, sent away, or arrested? Will you be cold and efficient or will you let some slip through the cracks at the cost of your own living.

The popular "bureaucracy-em-up" Papers, Please is coming to Linux:

The developer, Lucas Pope, has recently mentioned that it should arrive in January. Papers, Please is currently available on Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store. The developer's twitter account also hints at the possibility of it becoming part of a bundle; So keep your eyes peeled for next month!

Editor Note: We did get word from the developer before on that he planned a Linux port.
Comments on this article are now closed.
philip550c commented on 17 December 2013 at 6:27 pm UTC

I want this. Just waiting for the port.

entropy commented on 1 February 2014 at 11:06 am UTC

'Papers, Please' just showed up in Steam Linux.
However, you can't launch it yet (missing executable).

Catchart commented on 16 February 2014 at 8:19 am UTC

It has showed up in the linux section of my Humble Bundle library. Installs, plays without a hitch.

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