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Thread: Planetary Annihilation Plans To Come To Linux

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    yup been out for a week or two now. I am going via STEAM for this so it manages the update. STEAM doesn't have 64bit libs for its overlay so it then has to be launched via ~/.local/share/Steam/....

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    Quote Originally Posted by elanthis View Post
    I am totally not biased or anything, but... give these awesome people money and get their awesome game.
    Yeah, but it's very expensive - 82.99 euro on steam!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pawlerson View Post
    Yeah, but it's very expensive - 82.99 euro on steam!

    its $90 *IF* you want alpha access, retail it is only $40.
    Think of it like humble-bundle... pay want you want to support them and indie dev's BUT if you pay over a certain amount you get some extras
    I backed it with $90 to provide support for a linux client NOT for alpha - it really is an alpha btw, the linux client has a selection bug which means it can't really operate
    Last edited by Naib; 06-19-2013 at 07:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naib View Post
    STEAM doesn't have 64bit libs for its overlay
    Today Steam beta release has 64bit overlay support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussianNeuroMancer View Post
    Today Steam beta release has 64bit overlay support.
    Ooo.. 64-bit games on Steam? Yes please.

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    spring looks better

    lol steam, lol no 64bit native, lol price

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheldens View Post
    spring looks better

    lol steam, lol no 64bit native, lol price
    Spring is just an engine mate, one that has a vast amount of time spent on it compared to PA I might add.

    I did a write up of PA with a screenshot timeline http://www.gamingonlinux.com/article...onslaught.2089

    Glad to see it on Linux!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheldens View Post
    spring looks better
    pa is better looking; my screenshots look bad because i was using integrated graphics.

    Quote Originally Posted by pheldens View Post
    lol steam
    you don't have to use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by pheldens View Post
    lol price
    price is for alpha access + goodies otherwise, it is quite affordable.

    i think i fell for a troll. o well

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