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Altermatic 7 de Ene, 2013 a las 23:58
Linux + non linux games in bundles.
I bought the trine bundle during the sale and was surprised to see that trine 1 didn't show up in my games list on linux... Looks like trine 2 is the only supported linux game in the bundle, which was disappointing.

I think steam should make the platform support of the games clearer -- especially while making purchases from inside the client.
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Sasamus 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 1:33 
I would assume that will be taken care of when/before the Linux client leaves beta.
It is in beta because it's not fully usable yet, and that's one of the reasons.
嘔吐 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 3:25 
Trine (1) will probably be made available for Linux on Steam eventually, since it was in a Humble Bundle and already has a working Linux client, if that's of any comfort.
[Linux] MrSchism 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 3:32 
It's largely up to the developer to get their Steam client to Valve so that it can be integrated into the Steam system correctly.
Altermatic 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 5:59 
No big deal in my case... but I'm just saying: with the multi-platform support, Valve should warn you if you're making a purchase that they know won't work on your computer.
Ampuj4 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 8:57 
Trine has linux port which you were able to get via fronzen humble bundle.
HumbleLinux 8 de Ene, 2013 a las 10:37 
Publicado originalmente por jeevan.john:
No big deal in my case... but I'm just saying: with the multi-platform support, Valve should warn you if you're making a purchase that they know won't work on your computer.
certainly. It should.
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