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    mhh aquaria does not have a linux version yet, despite the beta, or am i wrong here. thats basically the game i am most interested in, but when i can get more games for the same price, why not

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    as i cant seem to figure out how to edit my posts here: i should have read the whole thread before posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by whizse View Post
    Anyway, this bundle is also the official release of Aquaria for Linux:
    http://twitter.com/infinite_ammo/statuses/13372689771
    Ahh thanks for pointing that out, I was getting quite confused. Would have been nice if they made that a bit more obvious somewhere. I felt bad having played through the whole thing in the free beta test, but wasn't going to pay them money for a Windows version so this is good.

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    Wow, this is looking really nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aradreth View Post
    Snagged it although I wish it had the Penumbra expansion for black plague as its the only part I'm missing! Oh well.
    There's a 75% discount on Black Plague and Requiem for anyone who buys the indie pack:
    http://www.frictionalgames.com/site/

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    Quote Originally Posted by whizse View Post
    More than thrice the avarage. Hmm, 23, you're not part of the Illuminati, are you?
    Nope, just a pseudo-random number I picked for some reason.

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    Just bought mine.

    The Windows/Mac/Linux split's pretty interesting.

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    Just bought aswell.
    Even if i might not play those games or some of them, i paid as a thanks to the developers for making it available on more than platforms than just Windows.

  9. #19
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    Well even i bought it - just don't know yet when to those games yet. But all games should be packaged as deb not only World Of Goo.

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    I wish they'd added http://www.jugilus.com/spaceduo.php instead of Aquaria since there is no Linux version.

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