jeffhoogland.blogspot: Most people who use Linux for desktop use are well aware of the one of the largest issues facing the platform: Lack of commercial software. Which brings me to my topic at hand - Cedega & Codeweavers. What are Cedega and Codeweavers? Designed to help you get your Windows games working with ease on Linux.
maketecheasier.com: For those who always feel that gaming is not suitable in Linux OS and it is always an hassle to install and get games to run in Linux platform, then DJL will definitely change the way you think.
phoronix.com: Next month will mark the two-year anniversary of the Unreal Tournament 3 release, but to this day the UT3 Linux client still has not been released. Up to this point we have been told by Ryan Gordon (the one porting over the game and engine to Linux) that it is still being worked on. Well, today we've been told a different story.
maximumpc.com: World of Goo,
the most adorable game we’ve ever played cool game for cool people from 2D Boy, is officially one year old! Hooray! Oh, what’s that? You don’t own one or more copies of World of Goo? Well then, it’s your lucky day, because – until October 19 – the game’s price is, like its titular amorphous heroes, bending to your will.
workswithu.com: As a history Ph.D. student by day and free-software geek by night, I find that my poles of interest rarely converge. That’s why I was so excited when the real-time historical strategy game 0 A.D.
toolbox.com/blogs: In the style of the Command & Conqueror genre type of games this newly discovered (by me) time waster is called Warzone 2100. Anyone who states that there are no good games for Linux need to pull their sat out of their ash.
linuxpoison.blogspot: Wouldn’t it be great if there was an application which would allow users to browse through games, filter them by genres or names, view the screen shots and read the information about the games? Players using Windows can already use “Games for Windows” or “Steam” from Valve, but they also have to pay.
raditha.com: It is widely believed that the gnuchess and xboard is all that you need to play a game of chess on a linux computer. While it’s certainly enough to get you started, it’s certainly not the last word.
ostatic.com/blog: Life can't be all work, all the time. You need to make room for some fun and games. When you're ready to kick back, kill some aliens, or riff on a guitar, here are some really fun open source video games to check out.
ghacks.net: Are you a fan of Arena (and Arena-like games)? Do you long to play these games on your Linux box? Are you one of those that proclaims that Linux can not and will not have games? If any of these apply then I am happy to show you OpenArena.