…and he shall appear! Hours ago I wrote a post about Desura and how it became more popular with the help of the Indie game bundles and now another one has just been released. Indie Royale (a collaboration between Desura and IndieGames.com) gives you The Mash Bundle. Pay once
Desura is a nice alternative to Steam for buying, installing and running games on Linux. While not as popular as the latter, it was the first digital distribution application which introduced support for Linux games and game mods. Having a rather slow start Desura became popular with the release
Today Valve announced the availability of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (Beta) on Steam for Linux. The announcement was made on the official Linux Beta Access group page. It’s only been a short while since they released Half-Life and Counter-Strike Source so this is not a surprise. Furthermore, a SPUF user
As Steam for Linux is now available (with a sale to celebrate that) you might want to run Steam natively on your Linux OS rather than wrapped in wine. Even though Valve only offers Ubuntu packages for download, the Steam client can also be installed on other Linux distros.