An announcement on the official Legend of Grimrock website alerts us to the fact that the Linux version of the popular dungeon crawler is now available on Steam and that said version has been updated to v1.3.7, and provides a quick development update for Legend of Grimrock II to boot. Since it's a relatively short post, I'll quote the entirety of it:
Phew, it took quite a while but finally it's here: the Linux version of Legend of Grimrock is on Steam! This means that Steam now carries all the versions of the game: PC, Mac and Linux.
The standalone Linux version of the game has also now been updated to version 1.3.7 which eliminates a few annoying bugs. Most importantly text input and mouse look troubles have been fixed as well as the issue some users have had where they have been unable to export custom dungeons. You can get the update for the standalone version by redownloading the game from the link that was emailed to you when you purchased the game from Humble Bundle or from our store. If you've lost the email with the details, you can get it resent but you can of course also email us as well if you need any assistance.
In other news, the development of Grimrock 2 continues! Monsters have been learning some new maneuvers and we've also done some work on how items, especially weapons, work and right now as I'm writing this, the guys sitting on the sofas behind my back are thinking about how to do the intro and other cinematics. We have also selected a good artist for the portrait freelancing gig we posted about a while earlier. And boy, the blog post was really effective: we got 234 applications in our inbox from artists all over the world and I'd like to thank all the applicants. I'm sure Juho, who had to sort through all the mails and portfolios himself, is equally thankful! ;)