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With new code base, Supergamer is fun again

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Supergamer is a unique Linux distribution whose primary focus is on fun -- specifically, gaming. Supergamer VL, now based on VectorLinux, is all new, with additional games, new code base, and new look and feel. Let the games begin.

A torrent for this release was posted on June 27. While the download was coming in at about an average speed for a torrent, the 4.3GB installable live DVD file is so large that I also opted to obtain a disc from The disc arrived from On-Disk in two days, and the download finished soon afterward.

The Supergamer environment comes complete with lots of free Linux games and several commercial demonstration versions. The distribution first appeared a little more than a year ago.

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