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42 of the Best Free Linux Games

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"Can I game on it" is a frequently asked question we hear from Windows users toying with the idea of trying Linux for the first time. Well, the simple answer is yes!

To demonstrate the level of sophistication available, we have put together a list of 42 high quality Linux games that all have the virtue of being free to play. To ensure that there is something of interest here for every type of gamer, we have covered a wide variety of computer game genres, including the ever popular First Person Shooters (FPS), Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG), as well as arcade games, board/puzzle games and more.

Alien Arena 2008 - Fast paced deathmatch shooter
AstroMenace - 3D Scrolling Space shooter
Nexuiz - Chaotic and intense multiplayer First Person Shooter
Armagetron Advanced - Enhanced version of Armagetron, a 3D lightcycle game

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