Cellar Door Games has disclosed that Mac and Linux versions of its indie hit Rogue Legacy are "very close." Additionally, there is more content coming in the next patch.

In a conversation with Joystiq, Cellar Door Games co-founder Teddy Lee also indicates that the other versions could see a slight delay should the new PC content come to the other platforms. Rogue Legacy will also be coming to PlayStation platforms, as we reported from Gamescom 2013 in Germany.

Rogue Legacy relies on a genealogy mechanic that sees your heroes retire, leaving the fight to their offspring. The title received strong reviews from critics, including Game Informer.

Rogue Legacy is the latest in a series of titles both large and small that are making their way to Mac and Linux. Along these lines, Valve is targeting the living room with a series of announcements related to Linux gaming in the living room.

[Source: Joystiq]


Our Take
As a Mac owner, I'm excited to finally play Rogue Legacy. The title was all the buzz back in July, and while I'll be coming to it late, everything I've heard about it has me intrigued. The title has full controller support on PC, and it will be interesting to see how that is implemented on Mac, which has notoriously poor support for gamepads.