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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...

Pioneers – a strategy board game for Ubuntu

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ubuntugamer.com: Pioneers is an open source clone of The Settlers of Catan board game. These rules are for the standard game without expansions (for extra players, board tiles and pieces).

REVIEW: Urban Terror

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  • REVIEW: Urban Terror – Linux 32/64bit
  • EDuke32- A first person shooter game for Linux
  • PlayOnLinux 3.8.3 has been released

Top 12 PC Games Of All Time

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informationweek.com: With a click of the mouse, gamers can transport themselves into futuristic worlds, realistic battle scenes and a virtual life of organized crime. Although there they face extensive competition from console-makers such as Nintendo and Sony, PC software games continue to flourish, as each year hundreds of titles vie for consumers' attention, loyalty and dollars. Here's a dozen of the all time best.

Lost Luggage Studios "Anirah" Mac and Linux Versions Released

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pr.com: Newest version of "Anirah: Riddle of the Pharaohs," a MahJongg-like math-based puzzle game, now runs on Mac, Linux, and Windows 7 for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

Take Part In Multiplayer War Games With Free FPS AssaultCube

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makeuseof.com: What many people don’t know about me is that I used to be a die-hard gamer. Since I’ve played almost every FPS game that has hit the market since the 1980’s, I’m kind of picky about quality. The moment I installed and launched AssaultCube, I knew that I was in for a treat.

Getting Amnesia is Frightening

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linuxlock.blogspot: If you are someone who watches a horror movie, and you try your darndest to get the soon-to-be victims on screen to not die of pure stupidity by giving them handy advice like "Don't go into the attic!", "Turn on the light, fool!", "Run AWAY from the guy with the chainsaw!", then this might be the game for you.

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