Humble Indie Bundle 6 has just been presented with 6 exciting titles. All the games are making their Linux debut and can either be downloaded directly from www.humblebundle.com and also can be redeemed in the Ubuntu Software Center or on Steam.
Last week, the first games for Linux have been published on Steam Greenlight. The number of games is daily growing with an incredible speed. Greenlight allows the Community to vote on games for the inclusion in the Steam game list.
Yesterday the public beta of Steam Big Picture Mode was started. With the optimization for using with TV and with a sophisticated control system, Steam and thus the PC platform enters to compete with game consoles. Of course, all games out of the Steam library can be used in the Big Picture Mode and it is still possible to use mouse and keyboard controllers. Have not we been waiting for a PC-console for years? Now it's here:
The Linux team at Valve is looking for beta testers for the Linux version of Steam. A comment about it was discovered on the Valve's Linux Blog, according to which everyone wishing to participate in the beta program should express interest in a comment on the Valve's Linux Blog or in an e-mail written to email@example.com. Here is the text of the Valve's comment: