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[News] GNU/Linux Runs Good Games, Powers Arcades

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Awesome Game - Warzone 2100 Resurrection - for Linux

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| I must admit that I have not played any kind of computer games that seriously 
| for a while. Atleast since I sold my Sony PS2 a few years back and got back 
| into the real corporate world. But Warzone 2100 has completely changed that 
| for me. This game is something special. It seems I cant get enough of it 
| since I downloaded it last night to my Ubuntu Linux laptop. I was literally 
| glued to the screen for well over 6 hours straight.     


Linux Entertainment In Bars

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| Well it was not really a bar, but it was a local pizza shot. Imagine my 
| surprise when the my daughter plugged in the Megatouch machine and it booted 
| a Linux kernel. You can find these machines in most bars in the US. I know a 
| lot of them used to run DOS, but it’s great to see them using a far superior 
| OS. My hats off to the company! So next time you are out having a good time 
| throw a few quarters in a Megatouch to support Linux!     


A fun game for movie buffs who happen to use Linux

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| With the Oscar fever running high, there is towering expectations all around 
| for all the Oscar nominees. So it was only a matter of time before someone 
| jumped into the fray and created a game featuring all the movies, directors 
| and actors nominated for the Oscar award. The beauty of the game is that it 
| is played exclusively in YouTube - the popular video sharing site of Google.    



My Desktop Arcade Revival - part 1

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| I was recently thrilled to discover XMAME. XMAME is the Unix/Linux
| port of MAME, the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. It installs and 
| runs without a hitch on an average Linux setup, and may even have a
| package ready for your system. But getting XMAME isn't enough; you
| need ROMs. Some ROMs come with the software in packages that I've
| tried.

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