Okay, we're all updated once again! As always, thanks to everyone for reporting your findings here.
Oh, by the way: the other day I let my OCD tendencies get ahold of me and started editing the wiki page myself. Mainly properly sorting alphabetically the games, updating some OS availabilities, and such. I only did the smaller tables and the biggest one up to 'B'. I posted a note in the Talk page to see if the regular editors were OK with it, but nobody has replied yet, so I'll take that as a "go on". :P
Unless he wants me to do it myself, I'll let pedrovay2003 in charge of adding the reports posted in here, though.
And, since we learnt that steamCMD can retrieve old builds of games, I think we should discuss what to do with those cases in which an old build is DRM-free, but the most recent one is not (like e.g. Absolute Drift
, which I reported above). Should we add them to the wiki page? If so, we should note the exact build that doesn't require the client in order to work. Maybe a new table would be in order for those cases? What do you all think?
Trust me, I have absolutely no problems with any help that you're willing to provide. :P I know I don't get to this as often as I should, so anything you want to do works for me.
As far as older versions of games go, as long as we note what version works, like you did with noting older manifest versions in a couple of games, I think that's fine. SteamCMD and the regular Steam client can both download old versions of games, so as long as they're available to everyone, I think they should count here.