Game developer and distributor Valve has ramped up Steam for Linux by adding three more game titles. Steam for Linux was originally released with 24 titles and now the count stands at 27. You can see all the games supported in Linux platform in this page.
The company is also inviting more and more beta testers to test their software and report bugs. Steam is currently in closed beta phase now and only few selected individuals will be able to test it. Despite amazing response of 60,000+ users, Valve is keeping the beta limited and inviting people based on hardware configuration and graphics card on a daily basis.
If you want to be a beta tester, you can fill out a survey here. If you applied for being a tester but havent received an invite yet, you can wait a few days before your turn comes up.
The three new games added are: Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten, Cave Story+ and The Book of Unwritten Tales.
Meanwhile there is a new Steam hub just for Linux gamers where you can go and discuss with other Linux gamers worldwide and also keep up with news about Linux game development on Steam.
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