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More about Linux games - Part 5

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| This time of season again: Linux gaming. Today, I will show you several more 
| interesting titles that you may want to run on your Linux desktop. We'll 
| mainly talk about strategy games, but we'll also see a few special, unique  
| games, including a pair focused on physics. Hmm, physics, you say? Physics, 
| fun, does not seem to go well together. Wait until you read the article, 
| then. We'll also review a Java/Flash game, so all those who love to play 
| games through their Web browser, this one is for you. Oh, we'll also mention 
| an incredible new First Person Shooter toward the end of the article, so 
| don't run away after four paragraphs!       



5 Best Free/Open-source Turn-based Strategy Games for Linux

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| If you are already bored of playing chess, how about trying these highly
| entertaining and challenging free and open-source turn-based strategy games
| that you can easily get and install on Linux:


5 Best Free and Open-source Real-time Strategy Games for Linux

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| Spring (formerly known as TA Spring or Total Annihilation: Spring), is a full
| 3D free/open source RTS game engine originally created by the Swedish
| Yankspankers, intended to bring the gameplay experience of Total Annihilation
| (TA) into three dimensions. Games are played using one of a number of mods.
| The standard installation comes with a range of prepackaged mods, some which
| requires that one own a copy of TA to legally play them, and other Free
| Content mods which may be used free of charge without owning a copy of TA.
| Spring’s core game engine is licensed under the GNU GPL.

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