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10 GNOME games your friends will enjoy

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duskfire.wordpress: Here is a list of some of the more popular games for the GNOME 3 desktop environment. The “gnome-games” meta package will install a total of 16 games, among which are all of the ones below.

Will Unreal Engine 4 Games Come To Linux?

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phoronix.com: This week from the E3 Expo there's been new details to emerge about Unreal Engine 4 as the latest game engine that's in development by Epic Games. But will there be any native UE4 Linux games to come?

Carmageddon Reincarnation Mac and Linux versions confirmed

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eurogamer.net: Mac and Linux versions of Carmageddon Reincarnation are confirmed after its Kickstarter ended with 156 per cent of its target raised.

Steam for Linux will launch in 2012

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  • Steam for Linux will launch in 2012
  • Valve's Gabe Says "Yes" To Steam Linux This Year

Limbo On Linux Incites Humble Bundle Petition

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zcint.co.uk: Over a hundred Linux gamers have signed a petition against the inclusion of non-native games in the popular Humble Bundle compilation in response to the appearance of LIMBO in the fifth such bundle.

also: The raw truth about Linux game ports

Introducing Humble Indie Bundle V

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wolfire.com: Humble Bundle is proud to announce the launch of our latest pay what you want plus charity promotion: Humble Indie Bundle V!

One Of The New Valve Linux Employees Is...

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phoronix.com: Here's one of the names that many Linux gamers and Phoronix readers should know for his past open-source work, who since the beginning of May has been employed by Valve Software for their Linux enablement efforts.

Linux Gamers Are Going Crazy For This New Game

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phoronix.com: There's another Kickstarter-backed game that may be coming to Linux and it's causing Linux gamers to become extremely excited.

Why Free Linux Games Won’t Cut It

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tech-faq.com: Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation recently mused on the topic of non-free games on Linux, and unsurprisingly he rejects them, even though admitting that they “might encourage users of the games to replace Windows with GNU/Linux”.

Gaming on Linux: The State of Affairs

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linuxforu.com: As users of Linux, most of us are generally left bereft when it comes to games. However, in spite of such commercially viable (though non-FOSS friendly) policies of game manufacturers, Linux still has its own share of wonderful games, with the likes of Battle for Wesnoth topping the list.

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