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Play Games Inside Your Linux Terminal

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So you spend most of your time on the terminal? Just entered a few commands? Feeling bored? How about some command line games? Yep, there are some oldies but goldies you can delve into for a little recreation on the terminal.

All you need to do is to install the required package and you get a ton of ways to “make use of” your time! Ubuntu users can get it via “sudo apt-get install ” or via the Synaptic package manager. Other users might want to check out their distribution’s package manager.


BSDgames consists of a quite a handful of programs. There are some pretty interesting games included in the package. Board games like backgammon, gomoku and Monopoly, some card games, some quizzes and puzzles like hangman and boggle.

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