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10 Games That Will Turn your Linux into a WarMachine

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Games, one of my favorite time pass. I’m always out for nifty gaming sessions when I’m bored, posted lots of stuff on it in the past and still going to. Loads of my friends use linux and “some” complain that there aren’t much games for the OS out there.. well they are wrong, I’ve posted about Linux games in the past and going to write / update more on it in this post. Stuff I’ve missed out in the past and games which were released earlier.

1- Savage 2 - A Tortured Soul

Do you love WoW (World of Warcraft)? - ever wondered if there’s going to be a game like that, specially on Linux? Check out Savage 2 - A Tortured Soul. This game will rock your gaming senses. Perfect graphics, fantastic playability, a RTS combined with FPS gameplay, what else do we need more? - The objective of the game is quite simple: Each side has a main base, your job is to destroy the other team’s main base at all costs. I would recommend this review of Savage 2 if you’re looking for full depth analysis.

2- Warzone 2100 Resurrection

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