Which native Linux games are you planning to buy this holiday season?
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Does anyone know if all the games in the bundle work in x86_64?
Cortex Command, Osmos and Revenge of the Titans have 64-bit binaries. Machinarium is a Flash game, so you can just extract the SWF file and play it in a 64-bit Flash player running in a 64-bit browser.
So, every game except Braid can be run 64-bit native.
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I purchased part2 before the time extension for $20. Just read the email about the added games. Left me speechless. Here's a shot of the games added to the download screen ( Braid and Cortex Command are cut off).