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Linux and SteamOS Support
October 26, 2013 - DamonSlye
Red Baron will support Linux and Steam OS.
We like Linux because it's Open. As an Indie Game developer for 20 years, I have had to fight the gatekeepers for access to their walled gardens. I want to let the players decide what games they want. I welcome an open, competitive market because I think we can deliver as much value in our game as anyone else. I would rather put all our time and effort into making the best possible game.
We are also excited by SteamOS. It will be an excellent gaming platform.