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Posted · Original PosterOP

Greetings!

 

Today I present to you the full list of Linux Games on Steam. At the moment it is only the ones that fully work but I could expand the list in the future. Now here are the games:

 

 

10,000,000

Altitude

Amnesia: The Dark Descent

And Yet It Moves

Anna - Extended Edition

Anodyne

Anomaly 2

Anomaly Warzone Earth

Aquaria

Awesomenauts

Bastion

Beat Hazard

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Brütal Legend

Capsized

Cave Story+

Champions of Regnum

Closure

Cogs

Conquest of Elysium 3

Costume Quest

Counter-Strike

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

Counter-Strike: Source

Crusader Kings II

Cubemen

Cubemen 2

Darkest Hour: Europe '44-'45

Darwinia

Day of Defeat

Day of Defeat: Source

Deathmatch Classic

DEFCON

Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten

Don't Starve

Droid Assault

Dungeon Defenders

Dungeon Hearts

Dungeons of Dredmor

Dwarfs F2P

Dwarfs!?

Dynamite Jack

Eversion

Expeditions: Conquistador

Frozen Synapse

FTL: Faster Than Light

Galcon Fusion

Gear Up

Gratuitous Space Battles

Guns of Icarus Online

Hacker Evolution Duality

Half-Life

Half-Life 2

Half-Life 2: Deathmatch

Half-Life 2: Episode One

Half-Life 2: Episode Two

Half-Life 2: Lost Coast

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Half-Life: Opposing Force

Harvest: Massive Encounter

iBomber Attack

iBomber Defense Pacific

Intrusion 2

Jack Lumber

Kairo

Kentucky Route Zero

Kerbal Space Program

Killing Floor

Kinetic Void

Left 4 Dead 2 Beta

Legend of Grimrock

Lume

Magical Diary

Mare Nostrum

Multiwinia

Oil Rush

Organ Trail: Director's Cut

Osmos

Penumbra: Black Plague

Penumbra: Overture

Penumbra: Requiem

Portal

POSTAL

POSTAL 2 Complete

Prison Architect

Proteus

Psychonauts

Puddle

Receiver

Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45

Revenge of the Titans

Ricochet

Rochard

Savage 2: A Tortured Soul

Secret of the Magic Crystal

Serious Sam 3: BFE

Shank 2

Shatter

Solar 2

Space Pirates and Zombies

SpaceChem

Spectraball

Spirits

Splice

Stacking

Stealth Bastard Deluxe

Steel Storm: Burning Retribution

Super Hexagon

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

Surgeon Simulator 2013

Team Fortress 2

Team Fortress Classic

The 39 Steps

The Book of Unwritten Tales

The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles

The Cave

The Clockwork Man

The Clockwork Man: The Hidden World

The Journey Down: Chapter One

The Polynomial

Thomas Was Alone

Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers

Titan Attacks

Towns

Trine 2

Ultratron

Unity of Command

Uplink

VVVVVV

Waking Mars

Wargame: European Escalation

Waveform

World of Goo

X3: Albion Prelude

X3: Reunion

X3: Terran Conflict

Zen Bound 2

 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

You don't need linux to browse Steam's linux library.

 

http://store.steampowered.com/browse/linux/?snr=1_4_4__12

 

That being said this list is here for people to easily look at.


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I'm guessing the OP made this list to advertise the growing selection of Linux games available on Steam.

 

Unfortunately there aren't too many AAA games on the list, but there are a surprising number of "A to AA" games, and a few big ones like X3 and it's various expansions.

 

Linux will never truly be a PC Gaming alternative until the AAA big publishers start porting to Linux. Granted you can get a lot of them working with things like WINE, but until there is native Steam support on Linux for AAA games, it'll hold back Linux as a platform - and, hold back it's mainstream adoption.

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I'm guessing the OP made this list to advertise the growing selection of Linux games available on Steam.

 

Unfortunately there aren't too many AAA games on the list, but there are a surprising number of "A to AA" games, and a few big ones like X3 and it's various expansions.

 

Linux will never truly be a PC Gaming alternative until the AAA big publishers start porting to Linux. Granted you can get a lot of them working with things like WINE, but until there is native Steam support on Linux for AAA games, it'll hold back Linux as a platform - and, hold back it's mainstream adoption.

 

Rumors have been around for a while that Blizzard Entertainment have had/still got things in the work for Linux. They are apparently expected to make an announcement in the summer about publishing to Linux.

 

One of Steams most played games, Football Manager, is getting Linux support for this years version and beyond.


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http://www.techradar.com/news/gaming/steam-on-linux-everything-you-need-to-know-1148286

 

An interesting read. I know Valve wanted to work with game developers and publishers to port over AAA titles to Linux (doing all of the work themselves, so that developers/publishers don't have to do much). The article mentions THQ, Blizzard, Unreal Engine (powers Arkham City, Mass Effect and Bioshock) and Source engine (Valve's own games, plus others) as working natively on Linux (as well as being actively ported over) with some games.

 

I'd imagine if enough game engines get native Linux ports, we'll be seeing plenty of current and future AAA titles on steam. AAA titles may take longer to adopt Linux, but I'm expecting it'll take no more than 5 years.


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