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Airline Tycoon Deluxe Gets a Linux Release 16 Years After the Windows Version

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Airline Tycoon Deluxe, an economic sim game that lets players take control of an airline, has been finally landed on Linux 16 years after the original launch.

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Steam Hardware Survey Shows More Linux Users, but Not by Much

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The Steam for Linux client has a pretty strong base that doesn't seem to change an awful lot and the latest numbers from the Steam Hardware Survey for November indicate just that.

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