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Myah OS 1.2 CD 2 through CD 6 Games testing

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I have been working so hard putting togethere the biggest baddest selection of Linux games. I have packaged them all up in packages so you can pick and choose what games you want to install. They are all tested and running. I have also set them all up with menu entries.

I currently have Myah OS 1.2 Disk 2 through Disk 6 done. This is 5 full CD's of nothing but bad ass games.

I thought about how much linux users have a hard time finding any fun games or making them work. So I took that idea, since so many seemed to like my distro for the couple small games I had. I desided to make a linux distro for all those Gamers out there that are tired of having to use windows to have fun. So I bring you a Linux OS that has 115 bad ass games. I'm not talking kde games. I'm talking 115 of the best linux games available and a couple that were not ever release on linux but I was about to port them. There was no Single player First Person Shooters for linux. There is multiplayer but accept for The Hunted Chronicles 2 there wasn't any. So I took The Hunted Chronicle 1 and ported it over. Also CodeRED Alien Arena is a great multiplayer game but the Single player CodeRED Battle for Earth and Martcian Chronicles that were only release to Windows. I also ported them both over.

It contains 115 games plus some addon packages like all the flight gear plane, Racer cars and tracks.

These gaming CD are only available to those who donate $10 but the
Base CD will continue to be free. Donate here.

Here is what is on the Disks.

Disk 2 contains All Arcade and Simulator Games:

Arcade:

Alien Blaster 1.1.0
Armagetron AD 0.2.7.1
Barrel Patrol 0.9.0
Billard GL 1.7.5
Blob Wars 1.0.4
Blocks 3D 1.1
Bomber Clone 0.11.6.2
Briquolo 0.5.2
Cannon Smash 0.6.6
Ceferino 0.96
Chromium 0.9.12
Critical Mass 1.0.0
Dope Wars 1.5.12
EVE Paradox 1.1
Flobopuyo 0.2.0
FooBillard 3.0a
Frozen Bubbles 1.0.0
GL Chess 0.4.7
GL Tron 0.7.0
Gate88 03-19-05
Gillo 1.0b1
Glaxium 0.5
Holotz Castle 1.3.7
Jump N Bump 1.3
Khun Phan 0.55
Mahjongg 3D 0.96
Natow 0.2.1
Never Ball 1.4.0
Never Noid v12
Never Putt 1.4.0
OilWar 1.2.1
Penguin Command
Pinball 0.3.1
Pingus 0.6
Sky Streets 0.2.4
Super Maryo Chronicals 0.96
Super Tux 0.1.2
The Sheep Killer-1.1
Track balls 1.1.1
Tux AQFH 1.0.14
Tux Puck 0.8.2

Simulators:

Celestia 1.4.0
Danger From The Deep 0.1.0
Flight Gear 0.9.9 - 50 extra planes Optional
GL 117 1.3.tgz
Jay Peak 1.1a
No Gravity 1.99
Oolite 1.6.0.tgz
Orbital 1.0.1
Possible Worlds
Privateer Gold 1.0.1
Reaper 0.98.2
Search And Rescue 0.8.2
Space Combat 1.4
Vertigo 0.2.6

Disk 3 contains All R.P.G. and Strategy Games:

R.P.G.

Alteria 1.0
Balazar 0.2
Egoboo 2.22
Eternal Lands
Free Droid RPG 0.9.13
Stendhal 0.40
Vultures Eye 1.11.1
Wesnoth 1.0.1

Strategy:

Invasion: Battle Of Survival 1.1
Boson 0.11
Crown Cutlass-1.4
Dark Oberon-1.0.2rc1
Dark Metropolis-a1
Defeat In Detail2
Free Civ 2.0.7
Free Col 0.4.0
Free Craft 1.18
Galaxy Mage 0.1.2
Glest 1.1.0
Globulation2 0.8.17
LinCity-ng 1.0.1
Open Warfare 0.2.7
Scorched 3D 3.9.1
Simutrans 0.8.16.4
Storm War 0.15.1
War Zone 2100 0.2.2

Disk 4 contains All Racing Games:

Carterrain 1.1
Karting Race 1.02b3
Mini Racer 1.0.4
Planet Penguin Racer 0.5a
Race 0.9.1
Racer 0.5.2b - Optional 108 extra cars - Optional 45 extra tracks
Slune 1.0.9
Top 10 0.3-1
Torcs 1.2.4
Trigger 0.5.1c
Tux Kart 0.4.0
Tux Racer 0.61
Ultimate Stunts 0.6.0
Vdrift 11-3-05

Disk 5 contains Non ET Shooting Games:

Argonium 1.00
Bzflag 2.0.4
CodeRED Battle for Earth
CodeRED Martian Chronicals
CodeRED Alien Arena 2006
Cube 2005-08-29
Excido 0.1.5c
Free Doom 0.4
Nexuiz 1.2.1
OpenQuartz 2004-08-01
Paint Ball 2 build-14
Sauerbraten 2005-11-07
The Hunted Chronicles 1
The Hunted Chronicles 2
Transfusion 1.1 beta3
warsow 0.072a

Disk 6 contains Enemy Territory and Mods:

Enemy Territory 2.60
Enemy Territory Fortress 1.6
Enemy Territory Pro
Falckon ET 0.45
True Combat: Elite 0.48

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