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Megatouch linux game machines

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  • Megatouch linux game machines in Saigon
  • Civilization V: The First Week
  • Planeshift – An open-source MMORPG

Tetris game ‘HexGlass’ is far from original, fun to play

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ubuntugamer.com: Hexglass is a Tetris-styled puzzle game with a slight difference. Instead of using square blocks to create a ‘Tetris’ you are instead given hexagonal shapes of varying form

More great Linux games

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dedoimedo.com: Welcome to the tenth mega compilation of Linux games. This time, I truly do not have any grand opening. So, let us begin. In no particular order.

Oh great, another addiction: OpenRA

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kmandla.wordpress: I was never a giant Red Alert fan; I played it enough times to have a few fond memories, but not anything that would cause a crying fit. On the other hand, OpenRA is a fantastic rendition.

Primal Carnage Says Goodbye To Unigine

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phoronix.com: One more Linux game bites the dust...

Pioneers – a strategy board game for Ubuntu

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ubuntugamer.com: Pioneers is an open source clone of The Settlers of Catan board game. These rules are for the standard game without expansions (for extra players, board tiles and pieces).

REVIEW: Urban Terror

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  • REVIEW: Urban Terror – Linux 32/64bit
  • EDuke32- A first person shooter game for Linux
  • PlayOnLinux 3.8.3 has been released

Top 12 PC Games Of All Time

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informationweek.com: With a click of the mouse, gamers can transport themselves into futuristic worlds, realistic battle scenes and a virtual life of organized crime. Although there they face extensive competition from console-makers such as Nintendo and Sony, PC software games continue to flourish, as each year hundreds of titles vie for consumers' attention, loyalty and dollars. Here's a dozen of the all time best.

Lost Luggage Studios "Anirah" Mac and Linux Versions Released

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pr.com: Newest version of "Anirah: Riddle of the Pharaohs," a MahJongg-like math-based puzzle game, now runs on Mac, Linux, and Windows 7 for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

Take Part In Multiplayer War Games With Free FPS AssaultCube

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makeuseof.com: What many people don’t know about me is that I used to be a die-hard gamer. Since I’ve played almost every FPS game that has hit the market since the 1980’s, I’m kind of picky about quality. The moment I installed and launched AssaultCube, I knew that I was in for a treat.

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