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Garshasp – Looking Good

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  • Garshasp – Looking Good
  • Robombs - Free Bomberman multiplayer
  • Bombermania - A nice 3D bomberman in old castle
  • Vote For'Steel Storm' Best 'Indie Game of the Year
  • Brukkon Puzzle Available Ubuntu "For Purchase"

Death Rally - Death in the Fast Line

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pclinuxos-games.com: The basic idea behind Death Rally: win races, gather more money, buy upgrades to your vehicle. In between wreck your opponents, shoot your way through bystanders and keep the pedal to the metal!

Also: Brutal Chess - 3D Chess Game

Preview: Upcoming Linux Game ' The Real Texas'

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ubuntuvibes.com: The Real Texas is an upcoming adventure game which will be available for Linux, Mac and Windows. The game looks quite interesting with some features that makes it different though it is an old school top down adventure at heart.

Ignition (a racing game) Runs on Ubuntu with Wine

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ubuntugamer.com: Ignition is an old racing game that is now abandonware and it runs pretty well under Wine. As it’s abandonware (the company that created it no longer exists) it’s available to download from the Internet.

Hexen: Edge of Chaos Demo

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linuxgames.com: The Hexen: Edge of Chaos demo has been released for Doom 3 owners.

PlayOnLinux Brings Windows Games & Programs To Linux

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makeuseof.com: Taking much of the pain out of using Wine, PlayOnLinux is a must-have application for any Linux gamer.

Urban Terror HD: Going Away From Open-Source

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phoronix.com: Extensive work has been made towards the next release, Urban Terror 4.2, with significant improvements being made from new maps and visuals to a new graphics renderer. However, this past week the Urban Terror developers announced some rather surprising changes.

The Real Texas

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  • The Real Texas
  • Hexen: Edge of Chaos This Week
  • Minecraft Skin Support
  • Overgrowth Alpha 104
  • Afterfall Moved To UDK

PC gaming isn't dead: AMD CEO

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mybroadband.co.za: AMD head-honcho, Dirk Meyer, explains why the PC is doing better than ever.

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