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Game of the Day: Minecraft

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Linux Could Be A Problem For MMO Handheld The Jungle

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kotaku.com: Panasonic's recently unveiled portable massively multiplayer online gaming platform won't be a success, can't be a success if there are no games to play on it.

Primal Carnage Dropping The GNU/Linux Port

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linuxgamingnews.org: Lukewarm Media, The developers of Primal Carnage The dinosaur FPS I’ve wrote about have decided to change engine. Instead of the beautiful Unigine they have moved to the free as beer UDK (Unreal Development Kit). Sad

Frictional Games - Amnesia: The Dark Descent review

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itreviews.co.uk: Frictional Games may be a small Swedish indie studio, but the outfit has a flair for atmosphere and production values which make its horror titles stand out as much as any heavyweight developer.

linuxgames headlines:

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  • Conquest: Divide and Conquer
  • LGP Downtime
  • Martians Vs. Robots
  • Bitfighter 013
  • Steel Storm Episode I v1.0

Megatouch linux game machines

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  • Megatouch linux game machines in Saigon
  • Civilization V: The First Week
  • Planeshift – An open-source MMORPG

Tetris game ‘HexGlass’ is far from original, fun to play

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ubuntugamer.com: Hexglass is a Tetris-styled puzzle game with a slight difference. Instead of using square blocks to create a ‘Tetris’ you are instead given hexagonal shapes of varying form

More great Linux games

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dedoimedo.com: Welcome to the tenth mega compilation of Linux games. This time, I truly do not have any grand opening. So, let us begin. In no particular order.

Oh great, another addiction: OpenRA

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kmandla.wordpress: I was never a giant Red Alert fan; I played it enough times to have a few fond memories, but not anything that would cause a crying fit. On the other hand, OpenRA is a fantastic rendition.

Primal Carnage Says Goodbye To Unigine

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phoronix.com: One more Linux game bites the dust...

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