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Top 10 Addictive games on Linux

For millions of users who are hooked onto that square-rectangular box for most part of their day, passing time becomes almost imperative sometimes. And if the source of this entertainment is addictive enough, then we are definitely talking about Computer games and especially if the games are played on an Open source platform like that of Linux. You possibly have no reason to complain. What was once considered a shortcoming of this versatile platform has certainly been transformed into one of its strengths. Lets us then have a look at the top 10 guilty pleasures you can indulge in on Linux:

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