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If a game has a Linux version and it is made and supported by the developer please allow the option to download the Linux version if at all possible.
Thanks for adding Linux versions, but if I may ask: Why are so many native linux titles still missing? NWN1 is linux native, ut2004 is linux native, not even the semi-native version of the Witcher2 is available... only lots of Dosbox games... I know it is not super easy to offer support, but like this it looks like Linux just doesnt supported newer games ("newer" as in 10 years old). Could you at least add a "Linux support is work-in-progress" tag to those games which you are actively working on (even if the date is not clear). That might make me buy them if they are part of some weekend offer or such.
Vive amiga vive nintendo vive Linux Ubuntu Vive gog
I would love to see all the Might And Magic 1 - 9 on Linux.
THANK YOU! Now, I can return back to GOG and spend my money here again, for DRM free games!
Fantastic! Please try to get the Linux versions of Double Fine's games next, if possible! Thank you so much GOG <3
Oh, my! THANK YOU <3
About damn time. I can finally take GoG seriously and start buying games now. THANKS GOG, a big hug from me. Now release Gog galaxy and we'll be talking ;)
Thanks GOG, very much appreciated!
Great news! Thx!
You guys are awesome. 1000 Tux Points. Yay! Hooray!!!
This is great news. I hope they someday have all of their games playable on linux.
Great move guys! As a gamer and a programmer, I can only be happy if Linux becomes even bigger than it is!
Now GOG is officially THE best!
Thank you very much! Nice, you guys beat out Vale's full roll out of the Steam Machine / SteamOS...
I've been waiting a LONG TIME for this. Thank you!
Excellent. Now I can get my KS games from gog
THANKS A LOT!!!
Thanks for adding GNU/Linux support. It's nice to have some more DRM-free games on my main computer.
Thank you very much GOG! :-D
thank you :)
Thank you! Just created an account.
WOOOOOOOOT (penguin dance)
GOG arrives on Linux
We will be adding Linux versions of games continuously but I do believe we can officially close this wish as of today :)
@Gatherix We have which is why we announced that we will be supporting Linux :) See this thread: http://www.gog.com/news/gogcom_soon_on_more_platforms
I'm honestly still baffled why GOG hasn't taken for initiative to this. Steam is already expanding into the Linux market, and I'd think if GOG wants to compete on that front one would think they'd have more Linux titles. Not to mention it's greatly unfitting for a games retailer that prides itself in being all DRM-free to have virtually no titles offered for Linux. It's humorous. I can find the game listed on Humble Bundle, GamersGate, and other smaller retailers, with Linux versions added - when it costs the same (which is generally does), I see no compelling reason to give my business to GOG instead. Why buy from one place when I can get the same thing elsewhere with more features at the same price? Understand, GOG, that there's overlap between the Linux gaming community and the 'everything else' gaming community. I'll be thrilled once GOG starts listing Linux titles, but I'll be waiting impatiently until then,
just want to say i would love this
It would be great if you could start adding the Linux version of the titles which already have a native port, like "Legend of Grimrock". Also, DOSbox is available for Linux thus all DOS Games could be marked as running under Linux. Thanks for your great platform!
This would be good. I might actually buy games here once some Linux versions are available.
I hope autumn comes soon! I can't decide whether to buy a few games now on discount or wait till linux support comes and then buy them.
Two or three times I now have bought a game on Steam, which was also available at GOG, just because they support Linux. Supporting this OS here is a wise decision.
@leolouis: Things have changed a lot in the last couple years for the Linux gaming. So GOG decided not to stay behind.
Funny, so funny. I remember when GOG told me they did not want Linux games, due to the so called; " No Market For Them". They should of excepted Linux games ages ago, instead of thing they are always right. Linux games is the way forward. I would also like to point out that even that steam is DRM, there have been some non-DRM games newly coming out for steam, so get to work! And as developer i enjoy making games for the Linux platform more than windows.
I am ecstatic about this. I recently switched to Linux as a result of being extremely dissatisfied with everything Microsoft, and it'll be great to be able to play again on my primary system. Thank you so much!!
I'm absolutely thrilled that GOG is finally taking steps towards Linux support. It's a huge step for Linux itself - gaming is high on the list of Linux "cons". GOG could be a game changer for many people. I don't care a lot about the latest 3D graphics and lately I've been happy with Android gaming, but being able to play Settlers or Rainbow Six on my Linux rig - it's a dream come true!
One of the reasons (besides DRM-free, of course) because I have great expectations about GOG (I'm new in this community). I only want to ask you only one thing about this Linux subject, which is, when you label a game as Linux, please let it be native (otherwise (ports), please put a warning message somewhere in games' details that it's Linux but not native). Why? Because otherwise, we as clients feel misleaded if you label as Linux but it's not native (every Windows game in market, when it says that it's for Windows, it means it's native, then why Linux case shouldn't be treated in the same way?). Case: In Steam, for example, there are some games that are labeled as Linux, but they're not native AND it's stated nowhere in the page, so we some "Linuxers" buy those games just to realize afterwards that it's only through Wine (or other ports), and the quality is worse by far the expected as in Windows, and sometimes it can't be even playable (here's a real example (I recently bought it): http://store.steampowered.com/app/232050/?snr=1_7_15__13, and forum thread (no answer from devs nor from steam): http://steamcommunity.com/app/232050/discussions/0/522729358652683396/). Greetings. P.S. Link from where this message was for: http://www.gog.com/news/gogcom_soon_on_more_platforms
Thank you for putting this 'in progress' gog, it's awesome to know that you're actively working on this. You may want to consider getting into cahoots with humblebundle.com, since you're coming out with GOG galaxy and Linux game support, they appear to already have platformed a lot of it out.
"In progress". Glad to see it. I think hasn't to be a problem for GOG to have the Linux versions too. I use Linux but I buy prefer to buy games on GOG even if they don't have the Linux version. We, the "linuxers", know that can be compatibility issues, we only need to have the Linux version if already exists. I think that GOG could be planning to add it with Galaxy, to install linux version like in Steam and have less problems
I'm building a new PC in the next 6 months or so and I would love to be able to run Linux WITHOUT having to dual-boot to Windows for games. Help me out GOG!
I would love to buy The Last Federation in its flash sale, but if I do it here, I won't have the Linux version. This is a missed opportunity for you guys! Even if you don't have the time to check that Windows games run on Wine, just enable Linux versions for games which already have them. Add a very large *unstable* warning if you want to avoid picky users from complaining...
Upvoted for great justice
The GOG guys should do what steam is doing: you buy the game and you get the windows/linux/mac executables
@shellbofh: Vote for it here and spread the word: https://secure.gog.com/wishlist/games/to_cd_projekt_red_bring_witcher_3_and_your_other_games_to_linux_please
Glad to see this finally marked as In Progress. The lack of Linux versions has been the one thing that's kept me buying some games on Steam despite the DRM (although in fairness, quite a lot of Linux titles on Steam are in fact DRM-free once downloaded; that is, they have no dependencies on Steam in order to actually run).
IN PROGRESS - EXCELLENT. What more can be said.