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Post Human W.A.R [Steam, Official Site] is a turn-based, tactical and psychological strategy game set in an absurd and original post-apocalyptic world. According to the developer, they may do a Linux version if enough people ask.

First, check out what it looks like:

From the forum post:
QuoteHello there !

Well, for now we have no plan on putting the game on linux. But if many people ask for it, we might change our mind!

You might think it doesn't sound like much, but we've actually seen quite a few games only come to Linux due to developers seeing how many people want it. It doesn't always happen, but I think it's important to highlight, especially when it looks like my type of game too.

About the game
QuotePost Human W.A.R is a turn-based, tactical and psychological strategy game.

At the dawn of our third millennium, mankind went extinct, leaving behind a deeply affected planet Earth. Ferocious mutated animals, household robots converted for warfare, and inventive monkeys in tracksuits battle it out to decide the fate of the human heritage.

Form your armies and set off on an adventure through solo campaigns, or face off against players online! Experience a purely strategy-oriented gameplay with nothing left to chance, and filled with tactical challenges, bluffs and absurd humor.


Thanks for the tip Tchey!
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Leopard 19 May 2017 at 2:36 pm UTC
So , that became a new trend already.

'Enough request'

Well , i'm not gonna beg for that shit. They're seeing us as beggars.
liamdawe 19 May 2017 at 2:42 pm UTC
LeopardSo , that became a new trend already.

'Enough request'

Well , i'm not gonna beg for that shit. They're seeing us as beggars.
Then don't post, but drop the attitude. It is not begging, stop calling it that. It's perfectly natural for developers to want to see something when it comes to Linux. We are tiny compared to Windows, people need to stop kidding themselves.
Expalphalog 19 May 2017 at 2:45 pm UTC
As an enthusiast of all things Turn-Based, count me as "interested!"
Leopard 19 May 2017 at 2:54 pm UTC
liamdawe
LeopardSo , that became a new trend already.

'Enough request'

Well , i'm not gonna beg for that shit. They're seeing us as beggars.
Then don't post, but drop the attitude. It is not begging, stop calling it that. It's perfectly natural for developers to want to see something when it comes to Linux. We are tiny compared to Windows, people need to stop kidding themselves.

Than tell me Liam , what is "enough" term to them?

That game is one of the little developer games and if they want to sell good they should have Linux and Mac in mind.

We are tiny, yes. But not for to beg for indie developer for Linux version.

I'm all okay for begging AAA games or similar huge games but if we start to hear enough request word from every developer , that won't be a good thing.

That is an investment and that is a risk. They want to ensure sales with acting like that.

I'm telling that developers ; when you start to develop a generic,not unique game like this. Ask for Windows users: Who wants that?

They will say: Fuck you , take your shitty game and put it your available places.

Liam; if we let this thing going on. Every little to big developers will expect the same : Lick our ass for port of this game,maybe we can port it.

C'mon , nobody requested or at least with enough request nonsense; for DoW 3 and Shogun 2 (which they are huge) yet they're coming.

You can act like they're all equal but everything has a price and quality. So i won't beg for a non Aaa or non unique game.

I beg your pardon.
Tiedemann 19 May 2017 at 3:05 pm UTC
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[quote=Leopard][quote=liamdawe]
LeopardI'm all okay for begging AAA games or similar huge games but if we start to hear enough request word from every developer , that won't be a good thing.

If they're making AAA games they don't need to ensure they're not losing on it so to me this just doesn't make sense at all.
Leopard 19 May 2017 at 3:22 pm UTC
[quote=Tiedemann][quote=Leopard]
liamdawe
LeopardI'm all okay for begging AAA games or similar huge games but if we start to hear enough request word from every developer , that won't be a good thing.

If they're making AAA games they don't need to ensure they're not losing on it so to me this just doesn't make sense at all.

How can you guarentee an AAA game will sell good?

Look at F1 2015. It was an AAA and released for Linux but it didn't sell well both on Windows and Linux.

So how can you guarentee that DoW3 will sell good on Mac and Linux?
That game literally had no single player and focused on multiplayer.But multi is limited to Linux vs Mac. So what will happen?

I also want to note these games have their own engines , not Unity or UE4.

This is an investment and a risk. Even big companies has chance to screw up.

So your comment is very wrong.

Ha if you are insting on that: If One have a chance to choose for begging , let it be an AAA title.
liamdawe 19 May 2017 at 3:29 pm UTC
LeopardThan tell me Liam , what is "enough" term to them?
Whatever they need it to be. It will be different for every developer.

LeopardWe are tiny, yes. But not for to beg for indie developer for Linux version.
Seriously, shut up calling it begging.
LeopardI'm all okay for begging AAA games or similar huge games but if we start to hear enough request word from every developer , that won't be a good thing.
So to you, only AAA developers should be asked to make a port? Because who cares about great indie games right?

LeopardLiam; if we let this thing going on. Every little to big developers will expect the same : Lick our ass for port of this game,maybe we can port it.
Seriously you have a terrible attitude.
LeopardC'mon , nobody requested or at least with enough request nonsense; for DoW 3 and Shogun 2 (which they are huge) yet they're coming.
Because that is Feral's business model.
LeopardYou can act like they're all equal but everything has a price and quality. So i won't beg for a non Aaa or non unique game.
Then don't, like I said. There's no need for such an elitist attitude.
Tiedemann 19 May 2017 at 3:54 pm UTC
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LeopardThis is an investment and a risk. Even big companies has chance to screw up.

So your comment is very wrong.

Ha if you are insting on that: If One have a chance to choose for begging , let it be an AAA title.

I don't care what you support. You come here making a post saying an indie game is shit so you won't "beg" for it to come to Linux. There are of course a bigger risk for a small developer to port a game to linux than it is for a bigger one.
Mountain Man 19 May 2017 at 4:54 pm UTC
Screw 'em. Either release it for Linux, or don't, but don't expect us to beg for it.
liamdawe 19 May 2017 at 5:08 pm UTC
Mountain ManScrew 'em. Either release it for Linux, or don't, but don't expect us to beg for it.
Seriously, stop calling it begging. It's really irritating and I will begin removing comments and people who continue such idiotic toxic crap.
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