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Unseelie_Sluagh: Add the game Insanity's Blade to the DRM free list.

Also, isn't Torchlight & Torchlight II also DRM free?
I don't know about Torchlight 1 but I have Torchlight 2 and it requires Steam to work,

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Unseelie_Sluagh: Add the game Insanity's Blade to the DRM free list.

Also, isn't Torchlight & Torchlight II also DRM free?
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amok: Don't know about T1, but for T2 - single player is DRM free, but multiplayer is not
Are you positive about T2 Single Player being DRM-Free? Last I tried to DL the game from Steam it required the client.
Post edited December 25, 2014 by Ganni1987
Just added Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut to the list. You don't even need to delete any files, it just works right away.

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Ganni1987: Are you positive about T2 Single Player being DRM-Free? Last I tried to DL the game from Steam it required the client.
I couldn't get Torchlight II to run without Steam, either.
My eyes have been opened,Thanks for this +1
I'm not sure if it counts but still...

After installing and running "The Banner Saga" I moved it elsewhere, ahem, 'misplaced' steam_api.dll and tried to run the game again. I got an error message saying the game can't run without that absolutely crucial file (was asked if I had misplaced my brain as well... nah, just kidding) and then... the game ran as if nothing happened.
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Sanjuro: I'm not sure if it counts but still...

After installing and running "The Banner Saga" I moved it elsewhere, ahem, 'misplaced' steam_api.dll and tried to run the game again. I got an error message saying the game can't run without that absolutely crucial file (was asked if I had misplaced my brain as well... nah, just kidding) and then... the game ran as if nothing happened.
Thats weird. Banner Saga devs claimed to have worked on *technical issues* which prevented a drm free release for backers originally (we thought it was a lazy copout and them removing steamworks) --> in theory Banner Saga on steam *should* still require steam unless they changed things....
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Niggles: Thats weird. Banner Saga devs claimed to have worked on *technical issues* which prevented a drm free release for backers originally (we thought it was a lazy copout and them removing steamworks) --> in theory Banner Saga on steam *should* still require steam unless they changed things....
Details: I bought it on this winter sale, downloaded and tried 'misplacing' the file about a week ago. It's "The Banner Saga - Deluxe" edition (the only difference from the normal one that was mentioned on the store page was the inclusion of the soundtrack). Mind that it still pops up a message with a warning.

How long ago was that situation with *technical issues*? Do you know if anyone tried to run the Steam version without Steam client back then?
No rush with these questions, I'm not very likely to be online to read the answers before the end of the month anyway.

Update: copied the game to my laptop and it runs without any error messages. As you can see on the screenshot, Steam isn't running.
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Post edited 4 days ago by Sanjuro
I just added the Linux version of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! to the list. Unlike Borderlands 2, the Pre-Sequel doesn't require any special terminal commands; just double-click BorderlandsPreSequel in the installation folder and it'll start. (If you run it in a terminal window, it gives you an error message about requiring Steam, and then it promptly ignores itself.)

Like Borderlands 2, however, I believe that only the base game is recognized, and any DLC can only be accessed if Steam is running.
Post edited January 20, 2015 by pedrovay2003
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pedrovay2003: The wiki is what's being updated now:

http://steam.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_DRM-free_games

Also, I believe Crysis 1 has DRM of its own, doesn't it?
Thanks, I just discovered your list. Nice job ; )