Knights and Merchants was originally a LinuxGamePublishing (RIP) title, and sadly the port source code must have gone with it. Topware Interactive now have a Linux beta available on Steam that uses Wine.
Quote Hello everyone,
the Wine port of the game is almost ready for public release. The game was tested on a SteamOS, Ubuntu 15.10 and Arch Linux, however as you know there are many different Linux flavors, not to mention hardware configurations, therefore they might be some issues not yet discovered and thus resolved.
I encourage those of you who already have the game in their library to test it, any feedback will be appreciated. Beta access code is:
If you encounter any problems please attach KAM.log.txt (located in game folder) as well as a short description. Thank you!
I don’t really have a problem with this, it’s an especially old title that probably wouldn’t sell well, but it’s nice that they are giving us the option to not have to configure anything ourselves.
I am very fond of the game myself, as I spent hours of my youth playing the demo, and eventually getting to play the full version when a family member had it.
About the game(Official)
KNIGHTS and MERCHANTS recreates the era of the Middle Ages. Apart from the purely fictitious geography of our world, all game elements and scenes are based on the Anglo-Saxon period, 1200 A.D. And we haven’t used imaginary elements like fabled creatures, either. The player takes on the role of an ordinary captain in the Palace Guard. A conspiracy against the king catapults the captain into a situation where he finds himself responsible for the defence of the last royal province. This is all that remains of the shattered kingdom, which has been split into numerous small principalities and fiefdoms. And now even the king himself, ensconced in his capital, is threatened by enemy armies. This is the starting point of your Middle Ages adventure. Now you must win back all those provinces which once belonged to your king.
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