We're still waiting on Valve support to get back to us with regard to the card drop issue we've been working on. Our recent testing has had the daily card drops working flawlessly, but every now and then there's a hiccup and some cards fail to drop, and we're trying to work out why.
In the meantime we've been working on a few extra dialogue branches and another of the waifus originally planned for post-release, though she's not quite ready yet this week.
The biggest unexpected addition this week is the Linux build. We're using Unity for development of Waifu Collector and always planned to release it on Linux if doing so wasn't too difficult, but we're Windows users for the most part and don't have much experience with Unity on Linux (and especially Steam). Since we had a bit of time early in the week we gave it a shot, anyway.
We were pleasantly surprised to be able to download and play the first build we made on Ubuntu desktop 20.04.1 LTS in a VM! It was a bit slow and clunky with a single virtual CPU core, 127 MB video RAM, and 8GB system RAM for the whole machine, but it worked. Hooray!
Unfortunately we're too small a team to be able to test it on any more flavours and versions, but given that in this case it "just worked", we're relatively confident that as long as you're using a 64-bit Linux release that can comfortably run other modern Unity games, you should be able to play Waifu Collector as well. A 64-bit Linux depot has now been added to all of the Waifu Collector packages for release, and the store page system requirements have been updated.
We'd love to be able to release on Mac, but we don't even know where to begin with that one!
We'll issue another update once we have more news on the card drop issue. We're just waiting on that issue to be resolved and we'll be ready to go, so fingers crossed we get some feedback soon.
Thank you again for your interest in Waifu Collector! :)