There are a bunch of games for Linux platform already on Steam, and more coming every day. Now Unreal Engine 4 has full Linux support, so we ought to see more and more games there. Also some high profile kick-starter backed projects are promised to have Linux versions (Divinity: Original Sin, Wasteland 2).
I for myself am a Linux sympathizer and try to use it whenever possible, what kept me from ditching Windows was my Win only game collection, now this seems to be changing. I've already bought around 20 games for Linux just to support development.
So there should be a market opening for trainers and general cheating tools (like memory editors). Now to cheat I use scanmem (with gameconqueror GUI), or hex editing saves.
Question is: is there any, even slimmest chance you'll make some trainers for Linux (I see you do not offer trainers for Mac's also)?
Sorry but Linux'ometer in this post counts to 8
[Edited by QuasiMod, 5/31/2014 7:47:12 AM]
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem