Helium Rain, the gorgeous space sim from Deimos Games is really quite good so it's a shame they've seen such low overall sales.
Yacht Club Games have announced that Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove has officially sold 2 million copies, with Linux accounting for 1.1% of Steam sales.
Rise to Ruins, the rather excellent indie godlike village simulator is a favourite of mine and here's some information on how it's doing on Linux.
One of the people behind the recently release Deep Sixed has been talking about Linux sales for their title, turns out it's been worth it so far.
Simon Roth, developer of space colony sim Maia sent a tweet out recently showing some sales data, Linux is doing reasonably well.
Stellaris: Apocalypse is set to be a pretty big expansion, with lots of goodies to come for Stellaris fans. It's releasing soon, so Paradox has an overview video up.
It’s been a long time since I’ve done this, but here’s part 5 in the series of me talking to developers about how their games have been selling on Linux.
Thimbleweed Park developer Ron Gilbert mentioned on Twitter how strong the Linux (and Mac) sales have been, and that it would be silly to ignore it.
According to Feral Interactive on Twitter in reply to my question, it seems Linux gamers will not be getting F1 2016, due to low sales of the previous title.
The developer of the game 'Steam Marines' has been talking about sales of the game, and Linux represented 2% of the total.
Frictional Games, the developers of 'SOMA' have released their sales figures. The game sold about 450,000 copies of which 5,000 was from Linux gamers. So that's around 1.1%.
Slime Rancher is a damn cute game, it's high on my list to play hours of when it has some fleshed out content to it. It has hit over 300K sales so I caught up with the developer on the Linux side of it.
I had the pleasure of speaking with another developer today about their Linux sales, and this time it was Lurler from AtomicTorch Studio.
I asked on twitter for developers to get in touch about their games, and first up is Quest of Dungeons from Upfall Studios. A turn based dungeon crawler game featuring a good old 16-bit retro artistic look.
You would hopefully have seen my previous articles talking to multiple developers about their Linux sales, so to begin a new year we are talking to a few more about their sales.
Here we are again! I know how much people enjoy statistics (snore!), but when it comes to Linux and how well games perform on it we all need to see.
The second part in my investigation into how well developers are doing on Linux with selling their games via the Steam store.
I reached out to a number of developers to see how their sales are doing across different operating systems, here are the results for you.
Ungine have just released their sales so far statistics and it makes happy reading for the Linux user.
The developers behind the brilliant little game Osmos which is currently available for Linux, Mac and Windows have written up a piece giving us a bit of info on how it turned out for them to port the game to Linux.