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10 Games That You Must Have in Ubuntu

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Ubuntu isn’t far behind Windows or Mac in terms of providing a mouth watering gaming experience. There are some exciting and totally cool games that are compatible with the Ubuntu OS. So let us take some time to check out the coolest, meanest and most sought out games in Ubuntu.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent

It is a mystery themed game wherein the gamer is made to choose the character of Daniel who is a young boy who remembers nothing but his name. The game is all about how he finds out the truth about his life based on a series of clues and puzzles that the gamer must solve. The 3D rendering and graphics are absolutely fantastic and so is the flow of the game. It is a paid game but you can try out the demo version!!

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