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A reminder of some recent Linux game releases

  • A reminder of some recent Linux game releases - October 2020 edition | GamingOnLinux

    Despite this feeling like the longest year ever, time continues moving on and there's been a number of great games released with Linux support in the last few months.

    It's time to slow down a bit, and take a look at what developers have been bringing their games over to Linux officially because it's easy to get swallowed up in a sea of news. This will also serve as a nice starting point for anyone out for a new Linux game right now. Since this is a reminder listicle, we will link to previous articles.

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