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Things a Linux gamer may want to know before buying

The primary purpose of this curator is to highlight games that have broken/poor/problematic support of Linux/SteamOS, often with workarounds.

Some games with Linux versions don't have the SteamOS icons on their Store pages, often due to using game engines that require additional steps to run them.

If you follow this Curator, you will see relevant information about Linux support in the kinds of games mentioned above on their respective Store pages, in the curators section.

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ElectricBlue1234 Oct 22, 2016 @ 9:13am 
Thanks for invite
VǟֆֆI May 19, 2016 @ 10:07am 
Soul Axiom has graphical errors for linux users who use "bloom" in advanced graphics settings. Its really kinda sad seeing as the bloom is what accentuates the neon look of the game. Oh well. Refunded for now.
ShuShaeShen May 13, 2016 @ 5:32pm 
La-Mulana now officially supports Linux and lists SteamOS + Linux as a supported operating system on its store page.
King Kadelfek Jan 5, 2016 @ 8:50am 
@Brian [Linux] - I got very good feedback on /r/linux_gaming and easily found the last Linux-specific bugs and issues.
https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/3vx961/porting_my_game_to_linux_before_launch_god_is_a/

On the other hand, my topic in the Gaming On Linux forum got only 18 views and no comments. But maybe I shouldn't have post directly in the Native Linux subforum, and instead should have submitted an article, I don't know.
https://www.gamingonlinux.com/forum/topic/1871
Brian [Linux] Jan 5, 2016 @ 5:34am 
@King Kadelfek - The /r/linux_gaming subreddit is very active and I've seen devs put there games there for testing many times. Also Gaming On Linux https://www.gamingonlinux.com/ is a great site for news and discussion and they are always open to helping.
King Kadelfek Dec 6, 2015 @ 6:15am 
Hi guys, just wanted to give my point of view as a dev. Though my Linux port looks like it's 100% working (that's what I believe), I prefer to say that it is an "experimental" version, mainly because:
- there is always a guy who says it doesn't on his configuration (generally a configuration I never heard about)
- I have no idea if the game is working for 99% Linux users or 10% (or 50% ?), I really don't know
To me, "experimental" means "look I have a Linux port but I don't if it's really working".

Though, I would talk about the Linux port as an "official version" and put more work into it if there was a way to know on how many Linux computers it is working.
Maybe it's possible to submit your Linux to gamers somewhere on Reddit, or a specific forum?
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