Tale of Tales store relaunch includes Mac and Linux updates for a variety of titles

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 15 February 2014 17:27 GMT

Tale of Tales has relaunched its store, and all games are now sold in single packages including builds for all platforms and a Steam key, the firm has announced.


Along with the store relaunch, it was also announced The Path no longer carries DRM or a serial number on Mac and PC. The game has also been updated for compatibility with OSX 10.9 Mavericks.

Fatale has also been updated for Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks and is also now available for Linux. A narrative overlay with subtitles for the lines of text from Oscar Wilde’s Salome whispered in the game by Jarboe has been added as well.

Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks compatibility and a Linux release have also been announced for The Graveyard.

In other news, an update is available for the Extravagant Edition of Bientôt l’été for PC and Mac, which contains bug fixes and compatibility updates.

“We believe our portfolio is as relevant as it ever was,” said director Michael Samyn. “Despite of their age, our seven games easily keep up with the growing interest in more artistic and experiential games.

“I guess being a bit early has its advantages.”

Tale of Tales’ latest, Luxuria Superbia, was recently launched on Steam  and is also included in the latest Humble Weekly Sale.

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