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Foobillard, an opensouce Billiard Simulation game for Linux

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linuxers.org: Foobillard is free and opensource, cross-platform, OpenGL based game and the best part is that it was originally built for Linux and later ported to MacOS and Windows.

The 75 "Funnest" Open Source Downloads

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earthweb.com: It's summer. And frankly, that means no one's all that excited about working. Oh goodness no. In honor of the season of laziness, we've put together a list of some of the most fun open source downloads you can find.

6 most talked about Linux games

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web2linux.com: In your quest to find a good, native and free game for Linux you might have seen long lists of games mentioned on various sites and forums. I’ve compiled a small list of some of the most talked about games for Linux on the internet.

Sauerbraten "Cube 2" 2010 Update Released

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phoronix.com: If you are looking to do some Linux / open-source gaming this weekend but are looking for something new besides the recent release of VDrift, the Sauerbraten developers are out with their first update in 14 months.

Sony now facing single class-action for PS3 other-OS removal

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Legal

arstechnica.com: Sony did not make many friends in the tech community when the company forcibly removed the option to install Linux via a mandatory firmware update. The problem was simple: Sony had previously pushed this feature as an advantage its system held over its competitors, and later assured gamers that it would continue to be supported.

0 A.D. Reaches Third Pre-Alpha Release

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workswithu.com: 0 A.D., the open-source RTS game that could radically alter the gaming scene on Ubuntu when it’s completed, recently reached another milestone with its third pre-alpha release. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean it’s playable yet.

Osmos Video Tutorial

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  • Osmos Video Tutorial
  • Dirk Dashing 2 Under Rapid Development
  • New Sauerbraten Edition & other tidbits

An interlude: Colossus

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kmandla.wordpress: I’ve been playing this game for quite some time, and I don’t mean in terms of hours, but years. Split your stacks, start recruiting and pound on your opponent at any and every opportunity.

Challenge your friends in Crack Attack

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downloadsquad.com: As you can gather from the title, Crack Attack is not a Flash game. It's a time waster that you have to download; we don't see too many of those around here. Having to download a game is a pretty hefty barrier to entrance, so a downloadable game has to be really good for me to cover it.

The Rise of Mac (and Linux) Gaming

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  • The Rise of Mac (and Linux) Gaming
  • The VDrift Racing Game Continues Speeding Up
  • Classic Roguelike : Dungeons of Dredmor Is Coming To GNU/Linux Soon
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