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Party of Sin Coming to Linux

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In Party of Sin, you take control of the Seven Deadly Sins in a puzzle-platformer for 1-4 players.

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As shown in their FAQ, viewable at http://www.partyofsin.com/faq/, Party of Sin does have a Linux version planned. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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WienerWuerstel 14 Feb, 2013
Party of Sin is "pay what you want" right now on http://groupees.com/bma. You also get the upcoming Linux Version with the Steam Key. Might be a nice chance to get the Game if it really comes to Linux.
muntdefems 14 Feb, 2013
Quoting: WienerWuerstelParty of Sin is "pay what you want" right now on http://groupees.com/bma. You also get the upcoming Linux Version with the Steam Key. Might be a nice chance to get the Game if it really comes to Linux.

I'd bet avarisclari has bought (or considered to buy) this same bundle, hence the Major Mayhem entry. And I thank him, because I was considering writing an article about the BMA bundle, so he already did half the research. ^_^

I'll see what the Linux prospects are for the >$5 games and I'll start writing it right away.
avarisclari 15 Feb, 2013
Quoting: muntdefemsQuote from WienerWuerstelParty of Sin is "pay what you want" right now on http://groupees.com/bma. You also get the upcoming Linux Version with the Steam Key. Might be a nice chance to get the Game if it really comes to Linux.

I'd bet avarisclari has bought (or considered to buy) this same bundle, hence the Major Mayhem entry. And I thank him, because I was considering writing an article about the BMA bundle, so he already did half the research.

I'll see what the Linux prospects are for the >$5 games and I'll start writing it right away.
Actually, I didn't buy it, but I always look into the prospects for these bundle games. Such as Super Crossfire dev told me in e-mail that he is interested in Linux, but don't expect any ports soon. Since he said that I didn't post anything about it. Entire reason I haven't bought it is I'm literally broke and facing eviction, so yeah.
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