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Supergamer VL Developmental Release Available

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A test of the third release of Supergamer liveDVD has been released and is ready for downloading. This release features Linux 2.6.18.5, Xorg 6.9, and support for ATI and NVIDIA graphic cards.

Supergamer VL is now based on VectorLinux 5.8 and features XFCE 4 as the desktop.

All Games are Linux Native!

Big 3d Games: Americas Army, Doom 3, Enemy Territory, Nexuiz, Postal 2, Quake 4, Soldier of Fortune, Unreal Tournament 2004, True Combat, Torcs, DropTeam, Sauerbraten(Cube 2)

Games from Repo: BZFlag, Chromium, GL-117, Glaxium, NeverBall, NeverPutt, PPRacer

More and download info available @ http://supergamer.org/




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