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[News] Many Options for Gamers on GNU/Linux

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Gaming on Linux – What are your options?

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| The benefit of having these games natively installed is the fact that it's 
| easy to buy, install and play. It also allows you to play games online 
| against your Windows using friends. Standout titles include:  
| Quake 1, 2, 3 and 4
| Doom 3
| Unreal Tournament 2003 and 2004
| Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
| Neverwinter Nights 1 + Expansions (though not NWN2)
| ...and very soon Unreal Tournament 3.



One live DVD, one ton of Linux games

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| Contrary to popular belief, there is no shortage of games on the Linux
| platform. While the LinuX-Gamers compilation includes some real gems, there's
| no way all of the noteworthy games in the Linux library could fit on one DVD.
| For that reason, I hope that compilations of Linux games on live DVDs becomes
| a trend that will continue, and additional volumes will be released with
| different game sets.
| LinuX-Gamers is perfect for those who want to build a portable arcade or try
| out Linux games without repartitioning a hard drive. There isn't any desktop
| functionality here, but that's OK -- this is a gamer-specific distribution
| that isn't intended to help you get your work done.


Introduction to Linux Gaming

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| When you think of Linux, you probably think of open source software and
| security, but not gaming. Most people think if you are into gaming, Windows
| is your only option. A few years ago this might have been the case but not
| anymore.
| So, if you are a Linux power user, or just prefer Linux, here are a few of
| your options for playing games on your Linux box.


3x the fun…Triple Monitor Gaming!

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| However, I went with Xinerama, for one big old 5260×1200 screen. 

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