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It's Become Much Easier To Run Steam On FreeBSD-Derived TrueOS

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There have been ways to get Steam running on FreeBSD using Wine and efforts as well with using the operating system's Linux binary compatibility layer, but now it's become much easier for users of TrueOS, formerly known as PC-BSD.

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Consoles, Graphics and Games

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Games for GNU/Linux

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Games for GNU/Linux

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Leftovers: Gaming

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Games for GNU/Linux

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Leftovers: Gaming

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Leftovers: Gaming (Typoman and imprint-X)

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  • Typoman: Revised soon available on SteamOS + Linux

    Took us quite a while - but we're almost there! If everything goes well, we'll be releasing Typoman for SteamOS + Linux on February 10th!

  • Some thoughts on 'imprint-X', the button pushing puzzle game that had day-1 Linux support

    imprint-X [Steam, Official Site] is a rather different puzzle game to what I’m used to. Your one and only mechanic is to push buttons and that’s really it. It’s really weird, so here’s some thoughts on it.

    Everything about the game from top to bottom is completely weird. Nothing I’m doing ever really makes all that much sense, but there’s something captivating about it. Have you ever played one of those games and you’ve thought to yourself “I should really stop now”, but something keeps you going. imprint-X is most certainly one of those.

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