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5 Best Free Games For Ubuntu

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We have been sharing some pretty good Ubuntu apps and tutorials with you lately. And in this post, we would sharing some cool open source Ubuntu games with you. There is a myth that Ubuntu is mostly used by geeks, but I contradict it as I know dozens of people who are not all geeks but love using Ubuntu.

In this post, we would sharing some free games for Ubuntu which adds more to our Ubuntu apps lists. I have tried to include the top games of top genres so that everybody finds something for themselves in this post.

5 Best Free Games For Ubuntu

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If you like playing RPG games like Age Of Empires, then you would love this free Ubuntu game.

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