The Book of Unwritten Tales Launches on Steam for Linux Beta

A beautiful point-and-click adventure from Nordic Games

By on November 9th, 2012 16:13 GMT

The Book of Unwritten Tales, a point-and-click adventure from Nordic Games, has been announced for Steam on Linux Beta.

Nordic Games has officially announced that their adventure, The Book of Unwritten Tales, now works on Steam for Linux Beta.

The game appeared in the CDR database a while ago, so this is not quite a surprise. On the other hand, the official announcement means that the game should run smoothly, with no hiccups.

The Book of Unwritten Tales was initially launched on the Windows platform back in July and it has already gathered a lot of awards.

The game has finally made its way to Linux, enabling the Linux gaming community to fully immerse itself in Tux’s version of Aventásia.

“Linux always had a very dedicated user base and I am happy to see that gaming expands its horizons with a platform like Steam. As part of our strategy, we want to be early adopters on platforms and operating systems that suit our games.”

“Linux is definitely a great opportunity to make our games available to a broader audience. It is evident, that 'The Book of Unwritten Tales' is just the first of our games on the Linux platform” said Reinhard Pollice, business and product development at Nordic Games.

Steam Linux Beta is now live and open to anyone with a Steam account, and everybody is invited to sign up for it here: http://www.valvesoftware.com/linuxsurvey.php.

Our information is taken from the CDR database and by no means is it completely certain. CDR Database is a record of data that describes every Steam game and subscription provided by Valve for the Steam service.

Usually, the new entries in the Steam database are firstly visible in the CDR Database before their official launch.

User can check out the official Steam website for more information about the game, including pricing.
The Book of Unwritten Tales gameplay
   The Book of Unwritten Tales gameplay
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