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[News] GNU/Linux Makes Good Progress at Gaming

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Linux Gaming: Heroes of Newerth

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| It’s no secret that one of the areas that Windows has the advantage of Linux, 
| is gaming. It’s not that Linux as an OS isn’t capable of running quality  
| games, it’s just that game manufacterers don’t think the Linux gamers can 
| make them any money. For that reason, it’s always nice when a game is 
| released with a native Linux version, like World of Goo a couple of months 
| ago, and Savage 2. Now, the same people who are responsible for the latter 
| are working on a game called Heroes of Newerth. It’s being beta tested at the 
| moment, and yes, the good people of S2 Games provide Windows, Mac and Linux 
| version (both 32-bit and 64!).       


Linux Gamers Are Excited For New Games

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| A few hours ago we invited everyone to come play this new Linux-native game 
| with us, which happened to be Heroes of Newerth by S2 Games. This game is 
| still under development and details surrounding this title are very scarce as 
| the media (including Phoronix), is not yet allowed to post any media or 
| really talk about the game that much. However, a closed beta is currently 
| going on for this game, both with the Linux and Windows editions. S2 Games 
| was surprised by the interest that was building around this new game of 
| theirs on Linux, so they decided to let us start handing out keys to join the 
| beta program. Well, so far, that is going extremely well.         



10 Games That Will Turn your Linux into a WarMachine

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| My favorite time pass. I’m always out for nifty gaming sessions when I’m
| bored, posted lots of stuff on it in the past and still going to. Loads of my
| friends use linux and “some” complain that there aren’t much games for the OS
| out there.. well they are wrong, I’ve posted about Linux games in the past
| and going to write / update more on it in this post. Stuff I’ve missed out in
| the past and games which were released earlier.

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