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utx 28 Apr
Does anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
GustyGhost 29 Apr
I don't know if they still do but you can try Soldak for a few RPG titles.
redneckdrow 29 Apr
There's also:

Starsector which is a lot like Escape Velocity/Endless Sky crossed with Mount & Blade. Very much a hidden gem not on Steam, itch, or GoG!

Vintage Story Which is a very in-depth Lovecraft inspired alternative to Minecraft.

Hanako Games Sells mostly RPGs and Visual Novels with a managerial element. I've been hooked on their games since Cute Knight! AFAIK all their titles are available for Linux, but the Cute Knight games aren't on Steam, just itch and their website via bmtmicro (scroll down on a game's page) if you don't like itch.

Rimworld is available DRM free from their website and GoG. Fair warning: the website version delivers via Sendowl, so don't lose that link! Easily one of my favorites, and it runs well on anything made in the last decade.

and a few more, but my hand's worn out I'll post a couple more later
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.
GustyGhost 30 Apr
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

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denyasis 30 Apr
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

Lol

Can't recommend Starsector or RimWorld enough!

Last edited by denyasis on 30 April 2022 at 3:20 pm UTC
pete910 30 Apr
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

Please tell me you missed the sarcasm tag ?
g000h 1 May
Quoting: pete910
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

Please tell me you missed the sarcasm tag ?

That is hilarious. I just went into my Linux distribution software manager and counted 422 individual titles available to install within the OS, without even considering external sources.

Something to get started on:

apt install wesnoth endless-sky openttd 0ad supertuxkart nexuiz armagetronad chromium-bsu opentyrian flightgear freeciv minetest widelands frozen-bubble
Quoting: GustyGhost
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

[IMG]http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/1047536-bait-this-is-bait[/IMG]

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Quoting: g000h
Quoting: pete910
Quoting: Bradleyddaren
Quoting: utxDoes anyone know where they sell Native linux games sold from the publisher/devs website?
Do native games for Linux exist? I know there are Windows emulators for Linux, but no native games to my knowledge.

Please tell me you missed the sarcasm tag ?

That is hilarious. I just went into my Linux distribution software manager and counted 422 individual titles available to install within the OS, without even considering external sources.

Something to get started on:

apt install wesnoth endless-sky openttd 0ad supertuxkart nexuiz armagetronad chromium-bsu opentyrian flightgear freeciv minetest widelands frozen-bubble

Also relating to the above: Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead and Dwarf Fortress
denyasis 1 May
TOME is a good one. Although it's free:
https://te4.org/

I preferred it over DCSS, but both are very good.
I really like the following companies

https://arcengames.com/

https://www.puppygames.net/

BONUS - My super favorite because they release Linux physical copies

https://theindiebox.com/
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