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Review: Battle for Wesnoth 1.6

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| After more than a year of constant development, The Battle for Wesnoth 1.6 
| was put out on March 22. This release comes with new graphics and unit 
| portraits, a new campaign, called 'Legend of Wesmere', the possibility to log 
| into the multiplayer with the forum account, and many, many other 
| improvements.    


Just For Fun: 13 Free Linux Games Worth Trying

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| Everyone needs a little down time every now and again. Whether you’re taking 
| a break from hours of programming, trying to calm a conference-induced 
| headache, or just relaxing at home, these Linux-based games offer a nice 
| chance to unwind. The titles listed here are all available in the Ubuntu 
| software repositories; just search for “games” in Synaptic if you want an 
| idea of just how many choices are available.     


Are Linux apps and games worth paying for? 

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| The Linux operating system is free; you can download it without paying any 
| licensing fees. You can use it in the home, you can run a business on it, 
| even a data centre. You can embed it within tiny custom hardware. Despite 
| this, Linux hasn't become a household name. Paradoxically, it may be the 
| perceived dearth of commercial applications which is a cause.    



Top 21 Linux Games Of 2007

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| Below are addictive 3d games for linux users to fill their time with. These 
| games are really good and some have won awards or have been featured on 
| magazines. Most of it is cross platform and free. You don?t have to 
| use ?Wine? to be able to play as they come with Linux installers.   


Ubuntu Linux Games - Top Picks

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| If you?ve switched to Ubuntu (as I have) or any other Linux distribution, you 
| may consider the following free (and in most cases open-source) games, as 
| they?ve been favorites of mine for some time now.  


Unreal Tournament 3 For Linux Confirmed

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| While everyone was expecting Unreal Tournament 3 for Linux based upon Epic 
| Games providing native Linux clients for their past Unreal Tournament titles, 
| this week it was officially confirmed by Epic's Mark Rein that there will be 
| a Linux client for UT3.   


Half-Life 2: Deathmatch on Linux

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| Wine has lately improved by amazing leaps, even DirectX support is nowadays 
| pretty good, and performance with HL2DM is pretty amazing compared to a few 
| months back. And now I have HL2DM running on resolution 1440×900 and medium 
| details smoothl   


Linux Got Game: War§ow 0.42

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| War§ow, though still considered as a beta software is really well-crafted 
| that I would highly recommend it to every FPS game fanatic or just about any 
| gamer out there who wants to try something new. My only complain about Warsow 
| is the lack of game server hosts, and based on my experience, it is sometimes 
| difficult to connect to a particular server. I hope more people will be 
| hosting Warsow because it really is a great FPS game. It is like a gem that 
| I'm glad I've found. Also, I hope that a single player (offline) option will 
| be available soon just in case my internet connection gets disconnected, or 
| when I want to improve my skills by shooting against bots in easy mode 
| (hehe).         


Counter-Strike on Linux


Volunteers Wanted

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| We are looking for some volunteers to help us with the testing of the new Mac 
| and Linux Clients. 

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