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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.
- 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?