Is it just me or do Linux players pretty much always pay more in Humble Bundles?
They do (per-user, not total), although I'm not certain how accurate it is. I'd like to see the numbers with all the $1,000+ payments taken out, and see if linux is still #1 or if there are just fewer normal buyers to average out the high payments from a few.
Last edited by smitty3268; 02-18-2014 at 03:23 PM.
I already own the Swapper and Antichamber, and as of last night, neither of them are linux compatible. I'm aware that swapper is supposed to be though, so even if it isn't right now, it will be. I wish I knew it was going to be ported so soon - I already beat it on Windows (amazing game, BTW). The swapper reminded me a lot of limbo, with the intense atmosphere and pants-crapping ending. I never cared much for Antichamber. I tend to like games like that but my gripe is it's a little too "open". Normally, its a good thing to dislike linear games, but with this game you find yourself wasting a lot of time running in circles and not knowing which way is forward and which way is backward. The map system is relatively useless. There is 1 particular area I got stuck on, involving 2 locked doors and a lot of cubes you can collect.