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No Games For Linux? Watch This!!

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Who says there are no games for Linux?

Linux gaming has been on rise in last couple of years, specially after coming of Humble Bundles, Desura being launched last year, Amnesia and Oil Rush supporting Linux, new big games announced based on Unigine engine, id Tech 4 Engine source being available, work done by icculus.org and Trine, Dungeons of Dredmor, Steel Storm, Red Eclipse, Xonotic, Retro Blazer, ToME, Dead Cyborg and numerous other games that have been actively supporting Linux as a gaming platform.

If you still think that there are no games for Linux, watch this video




how about games NOT available on linux

There are many, many games that can't be played on linux. Is this something you already realize or a point you purposefully ignored? Just take the current top 25 selling pc games and see how many aren't available for linux. I think you'll be surprised

re: not available

No, we're painfully aware. Sad

I play chess in the park.

I play chess in the park.

No point porting games to linux

Linux is for grown-ups.

re: no point

I disagree. Gimme games, gimme games, gimme games... Cool

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