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  • L_A_G
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    Originally posted by DeeK View Post
    Or, how about you pay for it normally, so the developers who put their sweat and tears into this are appropriately compensated. Go ahead and hold a grudge against Tim if you like, but don't let your attitude affect the people that work for him.
    So tell how do I pay money for this game in a way that doesn't lead to Tim getting his share of the money? Unfortunately there isn't one and the best you can do is an "All money goes to charity" Humble Bundle.

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  • klapaucius
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    Originally posted by Taupi View Post

    take us in the loop: your laptop overheat because of the processor or gpu? What gnu/linux have you?
    Not yet bought on gog (thanks Kristian Joensen for the survey ^^) . I will go on holiday with my laptop so if it is not optimized, i won't buy
    Kind of false alarm, sorry. Apparently it's working fine, now. Perhaps the latest updates have fixed the issues, who knows.

    Anyway, I run Archlinux on a Lenovo Yoga 2 Ultrabook.

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  • Kano
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    The game seems to be well done, it has Steam achievements which work for Linux. Those did not work with Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded, so the port is definitely better if you compare those two.

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  • DeeK
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    Originally posted by L_A_G View Post
    Sadly this involves giving money to Tim Schafer, so until it shows up on HumbleBundle or some other place in such a way you can pay for it without having ant if that money end up in Tim's pockets I'm going to hold off.
    Or, how about you pay for it normally, so the developers who put their sweat and tears into this are appropriately compensated. Go ahead and hold a grudge against Tim if you like, but don't let your attitude affect the people that work for him.

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  • Mez'
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    Originally posted by Mez' View Post
    On the Humble Bundle page of the game, there's no Redeem on Steam for Linux, but hopefully this is only because the Linux version has just been released. Hope they will let us do it.

    I would be interested to buy it from there to get the DRM-Free version and then redeem it on Steam to actually play through it.
    To answer my own question. I was able to buy it DRM-free on Humble Bundle and to redeem it on Steam.

    This is how it should always be!

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  • Taupi
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    Originally posted by klapaucius View Post
    It makes my laptop overheat. I have an integrated Intel Haswell graphic card. Does anyone else experience the same?
    take us in the loop: your laptop overheat because of the processor or gpu? What gnu/linux have you?
    Not yet bought on gog (thanks Kristian Joensen for the survey ^^) . I will go on holiday with my laptop so if it is not optimized, i won't buy

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  • klapaucius
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    It makes my laptop overheat. I have an integrated Intel Haswell graphic card. Does anyone else experience the same?

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  • Mez'
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    On the Humble Bundle page of the game, there's no Redeem on Steam for Linux, but hopefully this is only because the Linux version has just been released. Hope they will let us do it.

    I would be interested to buy it from there to get the DRM-Free version and then redeem it on Steam to actually play through it.

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  • Nobu
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    Originally posted by ghibli View Post
    I buy all the linux games I can, just to support the linux game development, I have about 600, but... I only support them if they are drm free, I want the complete pack, , I'll wait like I waited for my Another World (Out of this world) in Gog because in HB-steam was with drm. Btw I play them on steam (so I like also dual steam-drmfree) but I must have a working copy of it in my harddrives, just in case.
    It says DRM-free on humblebundle.com, which should mean you can download it from them and play it any where, any time, no steam involved if you want.

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  • L_A_G
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    Sadly this involves giving money to Tim Schafer, so until it shows up on HumbleBundle or some other place in such a way you can pay for it without having ant if that money end up in Tim's pockets I'm going to hold off.

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