Well, I loved the Wadjet Eye games so far. Bought the whole Blackwell series one by one and enjoyed them all. Even got Technobabylon. But since I changed my OS from Windows to Debian, I got disappointed. Why aren't there any Linux versions included?
For those wanting a "native" build, you can take a look at the Adventure Game Studio runner : https://github.com/adventuregamestudio/ags
Build works flawlessly (for me anyway) on archlinux (cmake . && make) then just copy the ags executable file into the installation directory of Unavowed.
The only drawback is that you need to extract the files from the windows installer (I used wine but I believe other methods exist).
Note that there is a branch "ags3" allowing yourself to run the other titles without linux port : Shardlight and Technobabylon.
For the lazy ones here are the commands I used :
-- download code
git clone https://github.com/adventuregamestudio/ags
-- build ags code
cd ags && cmake . && make
-- copy ags executable
cp ags <path_to_Unavowed_dir>/
-- switch branch
git checkout remotes/origin/ags3
-- (Optional) check you're on the right branch
git branch -a
-- build ags3 code
cmake . && make
-- copy ags3 executable (I prefer renaming the executable to stay safe)
cp ags <path_to_Shardlight_or_Technobabylon>/ags3