2014-07-0511:27:57sixsixfivewell, the most sales and new games are on steam - so i'm totally uninterested, maybe valve did a great job but not for me cause i never used it and I will not start using it just because i'm a linux user that wants to play some games :|
2014-07-1017:23:19Curly BraceDeponia: The Complete Journey [url]
2014-07-1019:28:30LeMasI updatet the site for Dosminer a few days ago, but its not updatet, yet. Are all moderators too busy?
2014-07-1020:16:33nullzeroLeMas< sorry, done!
2014-07-1117:51:22zerothissixsixfive: There's more to Steam than games. Its a place where developers, publishers, & Windows users are watching and Linux users are speaking. It the one place where a Linux user can say "I only buy Linux games" and its noticed by non-Linux users
2014-07-1117:53:43zerothisAll Linux users should consider singing up to Steam and speaking out in the community. If you don't buy games there, well that tells them something too. You'll not change them from outside unless you can found your own competitive distribution service.
2014-07-1119:16:43Curly BracePretty neat dieselpunk, don't miss it: [url]
2014-07-1120:54:37sixsixfive17:51:22 srsly - I don't want to discuss this here but for me it's pointless using steam to play games on linux is the same as using windows in dualboot to play games - DRM just don't fit with my shiny clean debian system
2014-07-1121:02:05sixsixfive17:53:43 nope, everyone should decide for himself - but keep in mind that you will show everyone that you support DRM and digital distribution with all it's pros and cons
2014-07-1209:49:57syseditLinux Games and floss ftw.
2014-07-1211:40:16adomas17:53:43 I agree. I use Steam on Linux and I buy games on Steam just for Linux.
2014-07-1219:34:39zerothissumup:Join, don't buy, speak out, be heard
2014-07-1415:52:14Curly BraceRecent ScummVM update adds support for 5 games: Chivalry is Not Dead, Return to Ringworld, The Neverhood, Mortville Manor, Voyeur