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Greedy Car Thieves - New Linux Game Inspired by Grand Theft Auto Series

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ubuntuvibes.com: Greedy Car Thieves is a new Linux game in development inspired by on of the most popular game series - Grand Theft Auto. The game is free as of now and developers have released a beta version for users to test.

A quick look to 5 Linux Games

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linuxaria.com: Sometimes I like to look at what offers the open source world on the games side, today I want to introduce three little-known games that run on our beloved penguin.

Popular Puzzle Game 'Wind and Water' Comes to Linux

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ubuntuvibes.com: Wind and Water : Puzzle Battles is one of the most addictive puzzle games made by an independent game development company Yuan Works.

Purity

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freegamer.blogspot: A long time ago, on the old FreeGameDev forum, I heard of Purity; an original game based on the idTech3 engine. Recently, I was wondering what the project had become.

Temple of Tangram Puzzle Game Now Has a Linux Version

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techdrivein.com: Almost a day ago, developer Jochen Heizmann from Intermediaware informed us about the Linux port of his popular puzzle game Temple Of Tangram. I had never heard of it before(I am not an avid gamer of sorts) and so I decided to give it a first hand try.

Project Bossanova To Set A New Trend in Ubuntopia.

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ubuntumanual.org: Project Bossanova, launched by Ohso wants to deliver the first ever 3D game that runs exclusively on Ubuntu/Linux to Ubuntu fans all over the world.

Duke Nukem Forever hands-on: an ambitious, audacious mess

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arstechnica.com: Randy Pitchford is standing onstage, surrounded by stripper poles, assuring us that Duke Nukem Forever has a release date, that we are going to play a healthy portion of the game, and that it is all really happening. Duke is, in fact, alive and well. And we have proof.

hands on preview of Unigine’s upcoming Oil Rush

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ubuntugamer.com: The game is a self-described naval real time strategy with stunning graphics and an interesting take on the original RTS feel with the majority of gameplay taking place over water.

RTS game Megaglest sees 3.4.0 release, brings motherload of new features

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ubuntugamer.com: Not that long ago I briefly covered Glest, a free 3D RTS game where the player controls either the Tech Faction or the Magic Faction and fights using all sorts of units and weapons. After, many of you emailed me and suggested that I write about MegaGlest – because it’s apparently much better.

Unigine OilRush Drills Closer To Release

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phoronix.com: While Unigine Corp has yet to provide any public beta of its forthcoming OilRush strategy game or to even begin the pre-order process for interested Windows and Linux gamers, following our exclusive preview of Unigine OilRush back in December using an early development build available to Unigine Corp partners, we now have an updated build.

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