Makaque: It was updated a couple of weeks ago
I'm unable to get Oxenfree working with the steam_appid.txt trick. It's possible that it's been patched to require Steam in the time since it was added to the list.
I might be doing something wrong though. Can anyone else confirm?
, so it's possible that it isn't DRM-free anymore. :\
A couple of reports: Linux games not currently on the Wiki
: Needed the 'steam_appid.txt trick' (324070)
· Pig Eat Ball Games already on the Wiki and confirmed on Linux
· Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight
: It needs version 3 of the 32bit libcurl library
· OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
: Works fine without the client, but it takes a long time (10-15s) to start up because it first tries to connect to Steam
· Tales of Maj'Eyal
: Contrary to the current Windows report on the Wiki, The Ashes of Urh'Rok DLC
was recognized, and no "oddities" (whatever they might be) occurred on Linux Windows games not currently on the Wiki
(and tested with Wine set as Windows 7)
· Iron Storm
· Old Man's Journey
: I've been able to complete it, but the in-game MP4 videos aren't displayed
· Overcast: Walden and the Werewolf
(also playable natively on Linux with a Unity v4.1.3f3 runtime)
· Space Trader: Merchant Marine
Finally, a comment regarding Figment
Careful! Was thinking so myself when I tried the windows release. Unfortunately however at least on windows the game won't save checkpoints at all.
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.
It doesn't matter anymore, as after the latest update (v1.1.8) the game now requires the client to run. :(