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rebootcomputa 8 de Ago, 2013 a las 14:15
Where is the Mac/Linux version?
So.. sorry if someone else has already posted something similar to what I am about to ask, but I bought this game during a Humble sale, and I can download it on Window, Mac and Linux, so question is why is my copy of the game not avaliable in Steam. and why is only the Windows platform avaliable?
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0gb.us 9 de Ago, 2013 a las 12:09 
People have asked, but at least in the threads I've seen, we haven't gotten a responce yet. It looks like a great game, but my only gaming platform is GNU/Linux. Oddly enough, the game IS available for GNU/Linux and OS X on Desura .... why not on Steam?

http://www.desura.com/games/nightsky
Última edición por 0gb.us; 9 de Ago, 2013 a las 12:09
rebootcomputa 9 de Ago, 2013 a las 14:45 
Exactly buddy, I have to keep going to the humblebundle account site to redownload the game, everytime I move my Mac HDD.. it would be soo easy if you could download it from steam.. however the humble site said that when the game is avaliable on steam it would be on my library, but it isnt even on my windows steam account..
0gb.us 9 de Ago, 2013 a las 23:31 
It doesn't show up on your account on Windows either? Are you sure you entered the product key? I don't know about the OS X client, but in the GNU/Linux client, I still see this game even though I can't play it.
rebootcomputa 10 de Ago, 2013 a las 14:04 
Thats the thing on the Humblebumble it says the game will be added to the library when the game is avaliable on Steam.. so no code was given.. but now the game is on Steam, but still not on my library..
0gb.us 10 de Ago, 2013 a las 19:25 
Publicado originalmente por David Kozat:
Thats the thing on the Humblebumble it says the game will be added to the library when the game is avaliable on Steam.. so no code was given.. but now the game is on Steam, but still not on my library..

Which bundle did you get it from? If you got it from Humble Bundle with Android 6, the code has been on your purchase page since day one.
rebootcomputa 11 de Ago, 2013 a las 12:51 
Right, I just saw the steam keys, apparently I did not add all the games :D Thanks.
Dinosawer 19 de Sep, 2013 a las 1:30 
You can download the Linux version from Humblebundle.com if you got it through the bundle. It's not steam, but there aren't any achievements anyway.
[Linux] UZzK5RDF 7 de Dic, 2013 a las 4:34 
Publicado originalmente por Dinosawer:
You can download the Linux version from Humblebundle.com if you got it through the bundle. It's not steam, but there aren't any achievements anyway.

So, as a part-time linux user I'm paying $5+ for ONE game (Knytt Underground)? How about, no.

The only reason I'd consider buying it there is because my 'charity' of choice (EFF) is one of the selectable charities this run, but, still, no.
neoman4426 7 de Dic, 2013 a las 5:38 
Publicado originalmente por Automatic:
Publicado originalmente por Dinosawer:
You can download the Linux version from Humblebundle.com if you got it through the bundle. It's not steam, but there aren't any achievements anyway.

So, as a part-time linux user I'm paying $5+ for ONE game (Knytt Underground)? How about, no.

The only reason I'd consider buying it there is because my 'charity' of choice (EFF) is one of the selectable charities this run, but, still, no.

If you're only counting Steam it's still at least two, Faerie Solitaire works after opting into the beta even though it's not listed. So counting either Steam only or DRM free only it's at least two, with counting both it's at least three
flesk 11 de Dic, 2013 a las 1:00 
Knytt Underground is easily worth $6 alone.

That said, I would love to get the Linux version of NightSky on Steam.
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