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8 Insanely Addictive Multi-Platform Open Source Simulation Games

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Simulation video games (“Sims”) describe a wide range of video games, generally designed to closely emulate real life activities. Examples of this genre include operating a copy of a real-life vehicle, or participating in recreating historical events. Sims differ from other PC games in that their raison d’être isn’t always to entertain, at least not primarily. Simulation games remain popular among gamers, offering players the experience of the real world.

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Games: GunHero, Kingdoms and Castles, Refunct, Dreamfall Chapters, OpenRA and Feral Games

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Games: Day of Infamy, Gravitation, and Patches From Samuel Pitoiset for Valve

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Games: Sky Rogue, Albion Online, and Abandon Ship

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Games: Total War: WARHAMMER, Observer, Shadow Warrior and Latest Wine

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Games and Graphics: Trains & Things, 'The Universim', and AMD

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Games: OpenRCT2, Harold Halibut, Tangledeep and More

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Games: SteamOS FUD, Rusted Warfare, Wonder Boy, Shotgun Farmers and More

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Games: Dogma: Eternal Night, MMO 'Albion Online', STAR WARS: Rebel Assault, Battlevoid: Sector Siege

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Games: "Tyranny", "Dead Exit", "Rust"

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