STEAM ADDS TO 39 GAMES CATALOG LINUX

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In August this year launched Proton Valve, technology or (comatibilidad layer) that allowed us to run our pleasure in Linux 27 games fully functional, but a whole catalog in test mode. In other words, Windows games running under Proton can be completely playable without their code should be ported to Linux.

Today Valve, the company behind Steam; We are excited again, announced a list of 39 new games that are considered 100% with Steam Play, same as go to swell the windows varied catalog of games that can now enjoy GNU / Linux just to install them in your library.

What do you think, is that Valve really love Linux?

List of games

  1. 12 Labors of Hercules VII: Fleecing the Fleece
  2. A Raven Monologue
  3. AaAaAA !!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity
  4. acid Nimbus
  5. Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded
  6. Bullet Candy
  7. DARK SOULS ™ III
  8. Dungeon of the Endless
  9. Endless Road
  10. Final Doom
  11. FlatOut 2
  12. Glass Masquerade
  13. Hags Castle
  14. I'm not a Monster
  15. Jamestown
  16. LEGO® Star Wars ™ III - The Clone Wars
  17. Mega Man Legacy Collection
  18. Mysterium: A Psychic Clue Game
  19. Nidhogg
  20. Oh ... Sir! The Hollywood Roast
  21. PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX ™
  22. Pathfinder Adventures
  23. Picross Fairytale: Legend of the Mermaid
  24. Poker Night at the Inventory
  25. primordia
  26. SEPTEMBER 1999
  27. STAR WARS ™ - Dark Forces
  28. STEINS; GATE
  29. Samorost 2
  30. South Park ™: The Stick of Truth
  31. Star Explorers
  32. Starless Night
  33. The Curse of Monkey Island
  34. The House of Da Vinci
  35. The Room
  36. Tiny Bridge: Ratventure
  37. Wuppo
  38. year Walk
  39. Zoombinis

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Excellent news for the world of Linux games!

ProgramacionJS
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Excellent news for all who are gamers, and gamers have PCs or laptops with Linux problematic xD