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A Bit of Welcomed Scumm on Your Linux Machine

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linuxjournal.com: This might make me sound like an old fogey, but I really do miss the old games like Space Quest, The Curse of Monkey Island and Return to Zork. The problem isn't that I don't have the games anymore, but rather that they were designed for my 386 computer running DOS. Thankfully, I'm not alone in my fits of nostalgia.

Primal Carnage – Humans VS Dinosaurs

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linux-hardcore.com: Primal Carnage is an upcoming multiplayer first person shooter where the player takes the role of humans or dinosaurs. Primal Carnage is planned to be released for GNU/Linux as well as other platforms.

Open Source Versions of Five Games You Loved as a Kid

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ostatic.com/blog: If you've got some free time on your hands this holiday season, check out these open source versions of popular games you grew up playing. They're loads of fun, but don't blame us if they make you a little nostalgic.

Duke Nukem to Have 'Strong Resurgence'

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tomshardware.com: Another year is nearly over, and still no Duke Nukem Forever. Of course, the difference between now and this time last year is that we have a much better idea of just what’s going on with the internal development of DNF – and right now, it's not a whole lot. But that doesn't mean that Duke won't be passed around to different platforms and games!

Linux Gaming: Are We There Yet?

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anandtech.com: Over the past few years, there has been a common question on the Linux vs. Windows desktop front: does the Linux desktop have the ability to play various major release games, and if so what is the performance difference between the two?

Running World of Warcraft in Ubuntu Linux

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news.cnet.com: If you are looking for an operating system that offers the best values, none can compare to Linux. First of all, it's free. Secondly, it comes with a lot of things, such as office tools (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation), audio and video playback, Internet and e-mail, instant messaging, and so on.

AssautCube - An awesome FPS game for Linux

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ghabuntu.com: Based upon the Cube engine, AssaultCube is a fast paced, first-person shooter, (partially) open source, cross platform game. Formerly called ActionCube, this game can be played both online with hundreds of other players from around the world or in a single player mode.

For a single player a whole country is banned?

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locutus.us: Everything started and worked properly. Except for one problem. I could not receive a list of servers from the internet. I started searching around and apparently a single player from Turkey upset a single person from I don't know what country and as a result this person decided to ban the whole country!

Joe-Danger – Stunts Racing Game

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linux-hardcore.com: Ever wanted to play a stuntman, building dangerous tracks and taking your motorcycle for a spin ? If the answer is positive then Joe-Danger the upcoming game from the indie developers Hello Games might be for you.

Has Transgaming Abandoned Cedega

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: Pretty much anyone who has used Linux for at least a short while is aware of Wine technology and what it does. The topic of commercial Wine software has been known to cause many heated discussions over the years on various Linux message boards. It appears at long last that perhaps this seemingly eternal argument may finally be coming to an end.

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