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muntdefems: Finally, a comment regarding Figment:

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muntdefems: I'm afraid this is also the case for the Linux build. There's no option to save the game, and if you go back to the main menu you won't find any option to continue, only to start a new game. :\

On the other hand, and according to HLTB, the game seems beatable in a single sitting.
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muntdefems: It doesn't matter anymore, as after the latest update (v1.1.8) the game now requires the client to run. :(
Wow - quite a move backwards. Let's just pray for GOG connect here and be done with it ;)
Not much luck with the new Origins Bundle from Fanatical. :(

I've only managed to confirm Gloom (new game) and STARWHAL (already on the Wiki) as DRM-free on Linux (Punch Club was already confirmed for both Windows and Linux).

I haven't been able to get any of the other games to work, including:

· Overfall: this one had been added to the wiki back in March by an anonymous user, but I failed to run both its Linux and Windows builds (the latter at least started with Wine, but many menu options either didn't appear or didn't respond to mouse clicks; plus, there were some Steam-related error messages in its log).

· River City Ransom: Underground: this one was allegedly confirmed as being DRM-free by the developer, but if so it must be the Windows version only, as the Linux one crashed on launch and explicitly complained about not being able to detect the Steam runtime. I've checked both the newest build and the one available back when the dev stated that the game was DRM-free (July 2017). The Windows version maybe doesn't depend on the client, but I couldn't get it to run on Wine so I cannot tell.


PS: I'm not really interested on either Comedy Night or Outpost Zero so I didn't activate those keys. I'm willing to give then away to anyone who promises to test their DRM status and report back. :)
Post edited 21 hours ago by muntdefems
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muntdefems: It was updated a couple of weeks ago, so it's possible that it isn't DRM-free anymore. :\
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muntdefems: I've just re-downloaded it and it worked fine, at least on Linux. Make sure you do as explained here.
Tried this again yesterday on a new computer. Fresh installs on Linux and Windows. I can confirm that the steam_appid.txt trick is still working on Linux, but no longer working in Windows.

I noticed the Windows version comes with GogGalaxyHooks.dll even with the Steam version, so I was hopeful that I'd be able to import it into Galaxy or download the DRM free version through GOG Connect, but neither was possible.
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Makaque: I noticed the Windows version comes with GogGalaxyHooks.dll even with the Steam version, so I was hopeful that I'd be able to import it into Galaxy or download the DRM free version through GOG Connect, but neither was possible.
If you are really interested in the DRM-free GOG copy of Oxenfree there's still a key available here. Since it once was a freebie just ask for it. Don't worry, it is the German community giveaway but you can ask for it in English as well.
Post edited 2 hours ago by MarkoH01