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Linux and Mac both depend on how the Windows version does. No immediate plans to add but we'd definitely like to :)
As for other stores, the game is available on Humble, GamersGate and GreenManGaming. Not GOG for the moment. They all use Steam DRM though :)
The Chromebook is looking to be the future of Android tablets, and as all new ones should support Android apps this is a growing market.
(* I realise I could use crouton to run a Linux distribution but I've stopped that; having to maintain it worked against one of the main benefits of using a Chromebook, its hassle-free environment.)
OK :) Mac is coming...
I would have bought it already if it'd been released for Linux. Was looking forward to playing it, I rarely boot into Windows these days, and if I do it's to play something in VR. As far as I know in Unity (if that is indeed the engine you're using) it's a matter of 'export to Linux.' Though obviously that doesn't always work as smoothly as we'd like, but Unity is definitely one of the best supported engines in Linux right now.