Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Feb 2013 20:21 UTC
Games "Valve today announced the release of its Steam for Linux client. In celebration of the release, over 50 Linux titles are now 50-75% off until Thursday, February 21st at 10 AM PST. The Steam client is now available to download for free from the Ubuntu Software Center. Ubuntu is the most popular distribution of Linux used by millions of people globally and known for its well-designed, easy-to-use customer experience." The beginning of the Steambox. We're on the cusp of a sea change in the gaming world.
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RE: Mint?
by Kivada on Mon 18th Feb 2013 07:07 UTC in reply to "Mint?"
Kivada
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2010-07-07

To answer your question directly, yes, it works on Mint, at least on Mint 13 that I'm currently running.

Steam keys for Humble Bundle games can be used for the Linux versions, though not all HIB games have made their Steam Linux debut yet.

Also if you happen to have an old Valve game that has had a Linux release you can use the registration number to get the native port via Steam.

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