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HowTo: Install 113 Amazing Fedora Games

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One hundred and thirteen Fedora linux games! Yes, you read it right, Linux game lovers, meet 113 Fedora graphical games. These games can be easily installed using RedHat/Fedora yum installation process and are all available from Fedora game repositories.

The games listed here would include name of the game, their own game descriptions, game yum package name, game site or wiki info site, yum howto install command and a sample uploaded game video from YouTube. Some games listed here does not include any sample uploaded videos from YouTube as of this postings. You can install these games right away from your Fedora box via yum. Specific game requirements would not be covered here, as long as you have the internet connection and disk space, you would be able to install and play these linux games.

These games are shown here in random manner, without any consideration to my favorites and likings. However, those games that shows sample videos are listed first.

List of Fedora Games.

Wormux - 2D Convivial Mass Murder Game
Website: http://www.wormux.org/
Battle your favorite free software mascots in the Wormux arena. With big sticks of dynamite, grenades, baseball bats, and bazookas you can exterminate
your opponent in a 2D cartoon style scenery. The goal of the game is to destroy all of your opponents' mascots.

# yum install wormux

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