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Game Drift Linux review

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Could this be the first truly viable Linux-based PC gaming OS? Russell Barnes takes Game Drift for a spin…

Pros: Small ISO size. Pre-installed Crossover Games comes at half the price compared to stand-alone. The Game Store shows potential

Cons: Missing essential multimedia applications. No free trial or 64-bit build. Game Store needs to grow

Price: $19 (from $4)
Homepage: Game Drift Linux

Game Drift Linux is a brand new Ubuntu-based distro from the Danish company, Linos. The firm specialises in creating Ubuntu derivatives for various special uses. As well as Game Drift, for example, the company also offers GoSchool, an Ubuntu-based live distro used by Danish schools to allow students to carry out exams on their own computers while still ensuring an identical software set and, more importantly, a secure and level playing field.

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