Posted May 20, 2013
Loki and LGP, for that matter.
Magnitus: I can understand them being reluctant to add Linux compatibility to a game that has none, but it doesn't take a lot of work to support what is already there.
_Bruce_: That might be true technically but not legally. A lot of the time distibution licences are based on the platform, and some times specific ports have different ownership. Try getting Loki versions of games.
The other Linux games however, I think are much more achievable. Unigine, for example, own the rights for the Oil Rush Linux version. All the Humble Bundle Linux games belong to the developers. There's quite a few games that would make it should GOG even lift a finger and try... not to mention all the games that would have been supported by way of Dosbox.
Post edited May 20, 2013 by niniendowarrior