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OpenXcom 1.0 Released, Play The Original XCOM In An Open Source Engine
16 June 2014 at 6:11 pm UTC Likes: 1

I would like to see an OpenHalo

GOL Cast: Building My Empire In Civilization V
13 June 2014 at 3:25 pm UTC

Quoting: Samsai
Quoting: edoCivilization 4 is in my Linux library too. What does that means?
Either someone made a mistake or they've been working really hard with the Civilization series. Aspyr was also behind the Mac port of Civ IV so it's not completely impossible that they would port it to Linux too, especially now that they've already gotten familiar with Linux porting. So far we haven't heard anything so don't be too hopeful.
Seems to be it's coming to Linux according steamDB
http://steamdb.info/app/34440/history/

GOL Cast: Building My Empire In Civilization V
13 June 2014 at 3:27 am UTC

Civilization 4 is in my Linux library too. What does that means?

Looks Like LIMBO Is Now Being Ported Natively To Linux Thanks To Icculus
6 June 2014 at 8:23 pm UTC

I hope this mean that they will upload it to steam.

Valve Has Yet Again Greenlit 35 More Linux Games For Steam
30 May 2014 at 10:58 pm UTC

Quoting: pb
Quoting: edoI have the same doubt about why a really cool game as cue club 2 hasn't been greenlighted yet. It's just because its not popular.
Cue Club 2 looks a lot like Arcade Pool, I like it! But where's the Linux version? :P
They said (in the comments in the greenlight page):
"I'm afraid no Linux or Mac version initially, but when we get the PC version released, we will certainly look into this, along with the multiplayer."

Valve Has Yet Again Greenlit 35 More Linux Games For Steam
29 May 2014 at 1:17 pm UTC

Quoting: pbMakes me wonder why people vote for some totally mediocre games while DROD still struggles to get to the top 100. Must be the "greenlight bundles". :-(

I have the same doubt about why a really cool game as cue club 2 hasn't been greenlighted yet. It's just because its not popular.
Have you visited http://whosgamingnow.com/? There is the reason why there are many bad games than have been already greenlighted, because people vote just to get a free key, and not because the game is good.

A Roundup Of The Last Weeks Linux Gaming
16 May 2014 at 9:31 pm UTC

4A Games is working on another Metro, would be good to know if they will support linux.

The Community Has Beaten Epic At Porting The Unreal Editor To Linux
11 May 2014 at 12:37 am UTC

It shows how much interest has the community to have native games in Linux, and its great to see it.

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