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3 Nice Blender Made Games for Linux

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Blender is known for its 3D creation capabilities worldwide and is widely used for creating animated films, visual effects, interactive 3D applications and games with cutting edge computer graphics. Quite a number of videos and animated movies have already been created using Blender and we have featured the very best of them before. But they are not alone, games are there too. Let's find out the best games available for Linux made using Blender.

Yo Frankie!, like the official Blender made movies, is an open video game made by the Blender Foundation. Game is created entirely using free and open source software and supports Linux, Mac and Windows platforms.

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