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101 Most Fun Open Source Games and Apps

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Gaming

As we do every summer, we've pulled together our list of 101 of the "funnest" open source apps ever created. Of course, most of these are games, but there are also a few fun non-games at the end of the list.

Arcade Games

1. Bombermaaan

This is a remake of the classic Bomberman game where you blast your way out of a puzzle using bombs and other tools. Up to five players can play at the same time on the same system, or you can play against the computer. Operating System: Windows, Linux.

2. BZFlag

Short for "Battle Zone Capture the Flag," BZFlag is a multiplayer, online 3D tank game. More than 300 people run online servers, so it's usually pretty easy to find a game to join. Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X.

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