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What fun things can you do with Linux?

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So, you are thinking about installing Linux, but you’re a bit worried about getting bored?

What about games?

Good News!
There are a lot of awesome games for Linux.

How about I mention some games?

Sauerbraten: Fastpaced shooting-game, based on the Cube-engine. It’s a great game, try it.

Urban Terror: It was developed as a mod for Quake 3, but after the Q3-engine was licensed under the GPL, it’s also available as a standalone-game.

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