Mac version is here! Along with bugfixes and stuff.

The Mac native port is ready and went live on Steam moments before this post was published. The game fully supports Steam Cloud on both Windows and Mac, so you can now enjoy it on the system you prefer whenever you feel like switching.

Other notable changes in this update

The Mage has a new voice. Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we had to recast the Mage. We took that opportunity to find a great actor and we hope you will enjoy his work as much as we do.

Looking ahead

We are now testing and tuning new cards and streamer support features. Over the next month, we will continue to add remaining content and next month we expect to have the final build candidate ready on the test branch.

In my free time, I have been also tinkered with support for Logitech RGB hardware (as you probably figured out adding RGB support is a hobby of mine). You can expect Book of Demons to light your Logitech devices soon.

We are also working on Linux native port, but we his some last minute snags. However, the game works well in Steam Play so if you are on Linux and can’t wait for the native port check it out. Also, consider wishlisting with store set to Linux. That way Steam might wishlist it for Proton and save you some hassle.

As always,
Stay safe in paper dungeons

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