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Psychonauts now available for Linux DRM-Free!

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Psychonauts from Double Fine is now available for Linux DRM-Free via their web store.

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Previously ported for one of the Humble Bundles by Ryan "Icculus" Gordon it was only available there and now you can get it DRM-Free using their web store which uses the Humble Store widget. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Joshykins Feb 1, 2013
Hmmm, I bought the game on their site, but I can't figure out how to download it... Doesn't appear in my Humble Bundle list of games...
akmelius Feb 1, 2013
Quoting: JoshykinsHmmm, I bought the game on their site, but I can't figure out how to download it... Doesn't appear in my Humble Bundle list of games...
Look at the end of your myhumble o click on reclaim on the link page they give you
Hamish Feb 1, 2013
It should be noted that HIB5 owners also have a new version up for download as of January 7. No idea if it fixes all of the performance problems, but most of the in-game and graphical glitches should be fixed. Will need to download it to give you guys more info.
serge Feb 1, 2013
The game is stil crashing for me,with an HD6950.
Hamish Feb 1, 2013
Which drivers are you using and where? I never got any crashes, just performance problems and glitches, and that was with the version released in August. Diamond HD4670 with the R600g drivers.
CFWhitman Feb 1, 2013
I was about to ask the same question.  I wasn't crashing with the last version either, so far as I had played into the game anyway.  I will have to try the latest version when I get home and report back later.  Right now I have installed the latest Catalyst (13.1), and I am on an AMD HD7870 running on Ubuntu Studio 12.10 64 bit.  I haven't run Psychonauts since I updated the driver, so that may make a difference as well.  I'll see how well this new arrangement works.
muntdefems Feb 1, 2013
Quoting: HamishIt should be noted that HIB5 owners also have a new version up for download as of January 7. No idea if it fixes all of the performance problems, but most of the in-game and graphical glitches should be fixed. Will need to download it to give you guys more info.

Thanks for the tip, I had no idea! I'll warm up my BitTorrent client... :P


I sure hope this version solves the annoying glitches. If so, I might give it another go and try to finish the game (damn Meat Circus! ><)
Hamish Feb 1, 2013
That Meat Circus was annoying in the original Xbox version though. :P
serge Feb 1, 2013
i'm using 13.2 beta driver on ubuntu 12.10 x64,with older driver it was crashing when you meet sasha,you talk to him and it's crash when video start,with this one i'm able to go further but i got another crash 5 min later when i kill  all the sensors,and sasha talk to me. crash after that
Hamish Feb 2, 2013
If the problem persists try reporting it on the icculus.org bugtracker: https://bugzilla.icculus.org/describecomponents.cgi?product=Psychonauts
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