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Top 10 Ubuntu Software Centre app downloads for November

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November is over and we’re moving fast into the Christmas season. Time for a quick recap of the top 10 list of apps downloaded from the Ubuntu Software Centre last month!

Top 10 commercial apps

Braid – Braid is a platform game in painterly style where you manipulate the flow of time to solve puzzles. Every puzzle in Braid is unique; there is no filler. Braid treats your time and attention as precious, and it does everything it can to give you a mind-expanding experience. Get Braid from the Software Centre ›

Oil Rush (pre-order, beta access) – Oil Rush is a real-time naval strategy game based on group control. It combines the strategic challenge of a classical RTS with the sheer fun of Tower Defence. Fight the naval war between furious armies across the boundless waters of the post-apocalyptic world. Get Oil Rush BETA from the Software Centre ›

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