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Cyan Worlds Revives Myst Online, Moots Shift to Open-Source

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wired.com: After two years of downtime, Cyan Worlds relaunched its star-crossed MMO Myst Online this week. Cyan Worlds retained the rights to the game, and says on its official web site that its plans are to make it an open-source project.

Natural Selection 2 and GNU/Linux

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linux-hardcore.com: One of the Unknown Worlds developers, Max has posted a blogpost about the GNU/Linux port for their upcoming game Natural Selection 2.

Waste plenty of time with Frozen Bubble and gnubik

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ghacks.net: Let’s face it, we sit at our computers for hours on end. Be it administrating, working, or just plain killing time. But what happens, gasp, when those interwebs are down and you’ve no way to pass time? You waste your time coding, writing, or playing games!

Bullet Candy Perfect Game released For Linux - For $1!

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linuxpr.com: Bullet Candy Perfect is a fun shoot-em-up game, with sharp, super smooth 3D graphics and a cool techno soundtrack. The game is all about honing your skills to perfection as you attempt the perfect run!

Is Cedega Hanging in There?

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: In one of my past articles I made a bold assessment that it appeared Transgaming might be dropping support for their Cedega Wine software. However it now appears that Cedega might be hanging in there -

Retro gaming: Dosbox v ScummVM – Who is the champion?

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openbytes.wordpress: The idea that Linux users would want to play old MS-DOS games might seem strange to some, whats even stranger for me is the fact that this task needs similar software to do exactly the same thing under the latest Windows versions.

More Free Games for Linux

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linuxjournal.com: Back in 2007, I wrote an article on free games for Linux and thought it was time to write a bit more on the subject. Since there are so many very good games out there, I don't waste my time on games that run poorly, or aren't aesthetically appealing.

Puppy Arcade 5 & Q&A with Scott Jarvis

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openbytes.wordpress: How things have changed today and the demand for retro gaming is reflected in the amount of emulation projects there are in progress. Puppy Arcade aims to provide all your retro computing desires. It’s based on tiny TurboPup Xtreme, which itself it a highly optimized version of Puppy Linux.

Puppy Linux – Puppy Arcade 5 Super Fast Game Emulator

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techexposures.com:Scott Jarvis sent us info on his just released Puppy Arcade 5, a Puppy Linux flavor with a retro video game emulation based on TurboPup Xtreme (arguably the fastest Puppy derivative).

some shorts:

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  • SuperGamer, 8GB of Linux-Only Gameplay
  • OpenOffice.org 3.2.0 Release Candidate 2 available
  • Number Crunching with Pelican HPC 2.0
  • LM_Sensors Gets A New Configuration Utility
  • The ChoKolate Linux Desktop
  • Linux on the repaired Laptop
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