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Unigine Starts A Linux Game Development Competition

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phoronix.com: Unigine Corp is launching a Linux game development competition whereby the winner will be assigned a free license of the Unigine engine for the development of a new, Linux-native game.

Penguspy makes it easy to find the best Linux games

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  • Penguspy makes it easy to find the best Linux games, with ratings and more
  • Dage – A 3D adventure game engine that is Linux native
  • Alter Ego – a murder mystery adventure that runs out of the box in WINE
  • Blob Wars·: Blob And Conquer
  • Trine And Trine 2 Are Coming To GNU/Linux
  • Dress-Up Pups Is Coming To GNU/Linux
  • Ubuntu Invaders: First the wallpaper, now the game

LGP Is Partially Back Online

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  • LGP Is Partially Back Online; More Unforeseen Issues
  • TGatB 1.0.0.18
  • Happypenguin.org Is Back Online !

Black Friday Sale !

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linuxgamingnews.org: Black Friday is the day after the American Thanksgiving holiday that marks the first official shopping day of Christmas. So several game developers offer wonderful discounts on their titles.

5 Unusual Games for Linux

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linuxaria.com: We often hear that there are no games on Linux, or that are much worse than their counterparts for windows, so today I want to show some unusual games that run perfectly on our favorite operating system.

Big Xbox is watching you

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  • Big Xbox is watching you
  • LGP Has Been Down For A Month And A Half
  • Pacmanic - Pacman Clone in 3D
  • Kristanix Games Ported To GNU/Linux
  • CodeWeavers Crossover Come To The Light Sale

Smokin' Guns - FPS

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  • Smokin' Guns - FPS - Spaghetti Western genre
  • Desctruction Derby - 1995 Wreckin Car Games
  • Cateia Games Are Coming To GNU/Linux
  • GNU Robbo 0.66 Released
  • Catan Online World

ET-XreaL Continues Moving Towards Better Graphics

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phoronix.com: While hope may be lost with Urban Terror HD, it seems the XreaL version of Enemy Territory is moving along nicely.

Garshasp – Looking Good

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  • Garshasp – Looking Good
  • Robombs - Free Bomberman multiplayer
  • Bombermania - A nice 3D bomberman in old castle
  • Vote For'Steel Storm' Best 'Indie Game of the Year
  • Brukkon Puzzle Available Ubuntu "For Purchase"
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