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SpaceChem in USC

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  • SpaceChem – Now on the Ubuntu Software Center!
  • A Playable Tech Demo is Out for Linux Game 'Blocks That Matter'
  • Those Birds Sure Are Pissed
  • 0 A.D. Alpha 6 Fortuna

Gameolith Announced Launch Titles

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  • Gameolith Announced Launch Titles
  • Popular Board Game Memoir '44 Comes to Linux
  • New 'Molten Sky' Teaser Video Shows Helicopter Campaign
  • Puzzle Moppet for Free?

Linux Gaming: OpenClonk

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  • Linux Gaming: OpenClonk
  • 0 A.D. Alpha 6 Fortuna Presents Some Summer Fun
  • GMines 0.2 Released
  • Minecraft Adventure Notes
  • 30th Anniversary of Donkey Kong
  • From C++ to HTML5: Opera ports game with web standards

Friday Fun: Minecraft

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linuxjournal.com: This week's game is one that isn't free. In any sense. It is closed source, and requires payment to even try it out. Why would we mention such a game here at Linux Journal?

A first look at: The Platform Shooter

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openbytes.wordpress: After navigating the functional yet self explanatory menu’s, the game throws you into a world reminiscent of two retro titles, the first one being Mission Impossible with its platform/shoot-em-up genre, the second being its style of graphics which for me put me instantly in mind of Another World.

'No Time To Explain'

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  • 'No Time To Explain', New Indie Game Coming Soon to Linux
  • A Linux Port is in Works for Action Game 'Garshasp'
  • 10 Popular Real Time Strategy(RTS) Games for Linux
  • Interview with Keith Poole from Desura Part 3

Suite of educational games for children - Childsplay

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linuxpoison.blogspot: Childsplay is a fun and save way to let young children use the computer and at the same time teach them a little math, letters of the alphabets, spelling, eye-hand coordination etc.

OpenTTD on openSUSE - The perfect transport simulation

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dedoimedo.com: It's been almost five years since my last openTTD review. Many things have changed. The most important of those is the fact you don't need the old data files from the original Transport Tycoon game to be able to play OpenTTD anymore.

Desktop Linux Gamer’s Guide

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mygaming.co.za: So you’ve installed one of the popular Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, and you've activated your graphics drivers; now what? While mainstream gaming has not quite found it’s way onto Ubuntu there are a number of worthy titles to keep you from booting up that old Windows partition.

The best violent video games of all time

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telegraph.co.uk: The US Supreme Court has refused to let the state of California ban the sale of violent video games to children, saying it is unconstitutional under the free speech amendment. We take a look at the best violent video games - not just the most violent, but the best ones that happen to be violent.

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