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Three nice opensource games for Linux

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unixmen.com: My today selection for Linux gamers are three nice opensource games, the games are

I Don't Think Games Have To Be Open Source

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penguinpetes.com: I think games, as in video games for computing systems, should not be held up to the same standards of FOSS freedom as other kinds of software.

The State Of Mac And GNU/Linux Gaming

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linux-hardcore.com: It’s ‘common knowledge’ that Mac and Linux gaming are so unimportant that they might as well not exist. Everyone ‘knows’ that Mac games sell a tiny fraction of the amount that Windows games sell, and that Linux games simply don’t exist. But are these ideas based on reality?

LinuX Gamers Live – A Revolution in Linux Gaming

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linux.gauravlive: One of the reasons why people don’t shift to Linux platform is Gaming. The Linux community has been aware of these problems infesting Linux adoption & have been encouraging developers to develop games for Linux.

Why there is a Market for Linux Games

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  • At This Rate, Don't Be Surprised If You See Steam Soon

Those Digging Into Steam On Linux Make More Progress

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phoronix.com: If you are up to speed, here is the newest screenshot exhibiting the latest progress to the Steam Linux client.

8 Best Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Games (MMORPG) for Linux

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junauza.com: Massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) is a kind of computer role-playing games (RPG) that takes place in an online virtual world where a huge number of players interact with each other.

GNU/Linux Users Contribute Twice As Much As Windows Users

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linux-hardcore.com: One of the companies behind The Humble Indie Bundle, Wolfire Games reports that GNU/Linux users contribute twice as much as Windows users !

Alien Arena 2010 released today

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linuxgames.com: Alien Arena 2010 has been released today with new levels, several new weapon models, and a host of bugfixes, gameplay tweaks, and client improvements.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent deeper pre-order discount!

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linuxgames.com: Frictional Games, which produced the successful Penumbra Game Series have announced recently, that since the Humble Indie Bundle is such a great success (close to 50000 contributions so far) they offer Amnesia: The Dark Descent for pre-order at 50% discount (which amounts then to 10$) until May 11.

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India yet to catch up with FOSS, says Rushabh Mehta of ERPNext

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Mesa 10.3 released

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Tizen Development Units now available!

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