... another update:
Game 6 of 50:
"An alien ship has crashed in Baghdad ..." - you are part of a British Special Forces Team(?). Remember the Steam Christmas Sale two years ago, when a bunch of games had Holiday related DLC? You were able to play those levels and get some "rewards" - yeah. Steam Achievements & Badges dry run - before it really happened.
That was the only time I played this game and now, I regret not having played more. It is a 'reverse' tower-defense game. The graphics look really nice (both visuals and technical). Stuff blowing up around you all the time, while you try to get your unstoppable unit from one end of the map to the other, without losing them.
The game runs smooth. Framerate on highest settings is great, even during heavy fights. You cannot set any details in the in-game menu though. The fonts do seem to have some Aliasing Artifacts on the edges. But who really cares? S
team overlay seems not to work or being turned off? I usually leave the Steam In-Game Overlay on, while some say in some forums, that they gained some frames, by turning it off.
A bigger issue, I stumbled upon (your mileage may vary) is when 'exiting' the game. The game does not quit properly, rather switches from fullscreen to a window and hangs there.
This is another of these "You better know some Linux" moments, which would be too much for anyone, who just started to play around with a Linux System. On Windows Operating Systems you would ctrl-alt-delete and end the task. DO NOT press ctrl-alt-del on a Linux system! It might reboot your PC!
What you have to do is open a terminal (again, those Unix/Linux/Fallout terminals!) and type: sudo su. The command line terminal will ask you for your password and you type it in. Next thing is to find the process of the still running game to "kill" it. Type: ps -A and find the Anomaly game. Look at the ID number and then type: kill <number> (<number> means, you put the number in, do not actually type <number>. For example: kill 12479
This does the trick.