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The Humble Indie Bundle

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linux-hardcore.com: The Humble Indie Bundle ! Pay What You Want !

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup 0.6.0 Released

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linuxgames.com: What’s probably my favorite Linux game from the past year, Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup, is now at version 0.6.0! It’s a roguelike game that comes in graphical and console flavors.

Here's The First Screenshot Of The Linux Steam Client

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phoronix.com: Some still didn't believe the existence of a Steam client for Linux with Source Engine support, but it's something we have said for nearly two years based upon our sources and then the emergence of these binaries.

How-to Become a Linux Gamer

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linuxjournal.com: There are several resources out there to assist you in being a Linux gamer. Today, though, we're going to introduce you to another option for being a Linux gamer-- the Linux-Gamers project (live.linux-gamers.net).

Boy Scouts Offer Video Game Merit Badge

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eweek.com: The Boy Scouts organization is no stranger to adding new merit badges to reward accomplishments, but they've given the practice a decidedly technological twist by introducing a badge for proficiency in video games.

Osmos For GNU/Linux Has Been Released

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linux-hardcore.com: After a short testing beta Osmos from Hemisphere Games has finally arrived to GNU/Linux !

Enemy Territory Quake Wars - OMG!

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dedoimedo.com: There are many Quake-based games, but it's really simple, actually. Forget all the others. There's only Enemy Territory Quake Wars.

Valve Pulls Its Unreleased Linux Client From Server

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phoronix.com: As of today, Valve has pulled the index file from their server and the related bins_linux.zip and steam_linux.zip (or they have just been updated and due to the lack of the index file we don't know the new checksums).

Avaneya – More Than Just A Game

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linux-hardcore.com: Avaneya is a science fiction FOSS game exclusively for the GNU/Linux platform. It focuses on social justice, human rights,city building, adventure, strategy, economics and sustainability amidst a Martian planetary setting in the future.

Become a lord of the diamond with NetStats Baseball

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sourceforge.net/blog: You may never get to manage in the major leagues, but with NetStats Baseball, you can get an idea of what it’s like. NetStats is a simulation of Major League Baseball that uses statistics as input to gameplay.

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