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danly 2013. júl. 11. @ du. 12:21
Gaijin games are an insta-buy for me, but what about Linux?
Just curious if there is a port on the way.

I'd like to play this at home as well as at work. ;)
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ImpishRazor (ง ◉◡◉)ง 2013. júl. 11. @ du. 2:42 
Take a look again my friend.
danly 2013. júl. 15. @ du. 6:04 
?

There's no mention of Linux on the Store page.
ImpishRazor (ง ◉◡◉)ง 2013. júl. 16. @ de. 6:09 
That is me being a dumbass. I might have read something wrong or clicked a wrong link. Sorry man.
UbuntuIsFriendly 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 11:42 
I haven't found anything mentioning Linux either :(
DoomTrain 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 10:40 
I think it's time to install the latest Mint and show that there is more interest in Linux gaming. The only thing keeping me from that is a video editing program (decent at least), xfire, Fraps. Next pay day I think I'll spend $200 on linux indie gaming only xD.

KK, on topic of this game. Has anyone been experiencing invisible enemies? I tried google and nothing comes up. They weren't invisible before, but they are now (not all of them, just the flying ones).
UbuntuIsFriendly 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 11:54 
DoomTrain eredeti hozzászólása:
I think it's time to install the latest Mint and show that there is more interest in Linux gaming. The only thing keeping me from that is a video editing program (decent at least), xfire, Fraps. Next pay day I think I'll spend $200 on linux indie gaming only xD.

Lightworks is supposed to be professional quality (recently released on Linux). I just use Open Shot and find it to be very easy and stable to use.
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