Steam for Linux

Steam for Linux

Hohlraum Jan 30, 2013 @ 6:13am
So how many steam linux games do you already have in your library?
As of today I'm up to 47. Who else is showing the linux love? :)
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Toquinha Jan 30, 2013 @ 6:34am 
2 ='(

I'm waiting for my games to be ported, I don't feel the need to buy more games, although I'll totally do to support Linux.
MC-Evergreen Jan 30, 2013 @ 6:57am 
I bought about 15 games, I played them but... my heart beats for Dayz!!! I hope that Bohemia Entertainment will port their titles to linux...
icg837 Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:02am 
I have these:
- Braid (missed executable, not playable)
- Counter-Strike 1.6
- Darwinia
- Faster Than Light
- Half-Life
- Solar 2 (impossible for me to play because it crashes)
- Team Fortress 2 (problem with openGL, not playable)
- Uplink

8 games so far. And I'm waiting for Portal, Faeire Solitaire, Machinarium, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero and Dota 2 to be ported.
Last edited by icg837; Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:07am
Χάρης Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:11am 
says 7 in my library
Only 2 :( tf2 and hl1
I want the rest of the half life series (including Opposing Force and Blue Shift, I'm hoping) and the portal series to be ported so I'll have like 18
17 so far. – But not all are working - and I wait for more (like Akaneiro which is greenlit but not through for Linux on Kickstarter

Sadly some don't run because of my hardware (like Trine 2).
I have 30, bought 4 games since Linux Beta
Tazza Jan 30, 2013 @ 8:09am 
27... however bit trip runner, braid, closure, crayon physics Limbo, shank 2, snapshot, trama, vvvvv (used to be psychonauts.... but thats gone from the list now) dont work yet... although most of them are on ubuntu softwar centre lol
[Linux] timopm Jan 30, 2013 @ 8:20am 
32 here. Mosty due to the Humble Bundles.
[Linux]sulman Jan 30, 2013 @ 8:36am 
Originally posted by MC-Evergreen:
I bought about 15 games, I played them but... my heart beats for Dayz!!! I hope that Bohemia Entertainment will port their titles to linux...

Arma et al? Not happening. They've already said as much specifically about Arma 3. They do not have resources to port the engine to OpenGL so the only Linux releases will be the dedicated server binaries.

A real shame if you ask me, BI stuff remains far and away my all time favourite.

The biggest obstacle to quality Linux gaming for publishers except Valve is weaning developers of the Microsoft teat. MS dev tools and libraries are mature, easy to use and therefore hugely popular. Even games that run in OpenGL are usually stuffed with DX calls, so porting them is not the work of a moment.

I have 14 linuxgames in Steam. I have a lot more where the linux versions aren't on Steam yet. I've just bought FTL and SPaZ, and was gifted Dungeons of Dredmore.
thedarkfighter413 Jan 30, 2013 @ 9:11am 
11 - Amnesia:TDD, Dwarfs?!, TF2, Killing Floor, Hacker:ED, Trine2, WorldOfGoo, Counter Strike 1.6, RO:41-45, TF2 Beta,Solar 2

I'm now waiting for the rest of Valve's games and Amnesia:Aamfp (early 2013).
Hyper_Eye Jan 30, 2013 @ 9:17am 
I have 45. I have purchased a few since beta (Killing Floor, The Journey Down, X3, Waveform, Solar 2, Serious Sam 3, iBomber Attack, iBomber Defense Pacific, Harvest: Massive Encounter, Dynamite Jack, The Book of Unwritten Tales). The rest of the games I already owned. I have 145 games in total. If all of the Valve games get ported and all of the Humble Bundle games get added then most of my games will be Linux compatible. The rest of the games either work in Steam or I have never played because I have been using Linux as my desktop for 13 years and I haven't bothered to dual-boot in 10 years which was about the time I made the jump to Gentoo.
MNKyDeth Jan 30, 2013 @ 9:35am 
I have all the ones that show on the Linux tab within steam. Figured I would buy them all as they get posted.
NETabuse Jan 30, 2013 @ 9:45am 
If you dont' count TF2 Beta, HL1 Beta and CS1.6 beta, then I have 33 right now. I'm not sure Shank2 will run on linux at present so that might be a dud entry.

Also, outside of steam i'm playing Star Trek Online through wine, though it's in steam for windows,, wonder when these kind of well supported wine titles might be internalised to steam, or just ported to linux native (please? :) )
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