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One of the great strengths of Linux is the whole raft of weird and wonderful open source utilities. That strength does not simply derive from the functionality they offer, but from the synergy generated by using them together, sometimes in conjunction with applications.

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  • Addictive Games (Part 1 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some of our favourite free Linux games which have these addictive qualities. They may not offer breathtaking graphics, innovative ideas, or the highest presentation. However, what they do provide is great gameplay coupled with the urge of always having just one more play.
  • Addictive Games (Part 2 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some of our favourite free Linux games which have these addictive qualities. They may not offer breathtaking graphics, innovative ideas, or the highest presentation. However, what they do provide is great gameplay coupled with the urge of always having just one more play.
  • Addictive Games (Part 3 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some of our favourite free Linux games which have these addictive qualities. They may not offer breathtaking graphics, innovative ideas, or the highest presentation. However, what they do provide is great gameplay coupled with the urge of always having just one more play.
  • ASCII Games
    The purpose of this article is to identify our favourite ASCII based games. There are no fancy graphics here, just great gameplay coupled with the urge of always having just one more play.
  • Best Linux Games
    "Can I game on it" is a frequently asked question we hear from Windows users toying with the idea of trying Linux for the first time. Well, the simple answer is yes!
  • Chess Apps
    A list of 10 top chess applications, identifying our favorite front ends, chess engines and chess databases.
  • Commercial Linux Games
    We faced lots of difficult choices compiling a list of 42 of the best commercial Linux games.
  • Educational Games
    Educational games are games designed to teach people, typically children, about a certain subject or help them learn a skill as they play. Sometimes this type of software is known as games edutainment because they combine education and entertainment.
  • Extra Hot Commercial Games (Part 1 of 3)
    Indie games are video games created by individuals or small teams. They are becoming more popular and successful, in part because they rely more on innovative ideas rather than large budgets. A good range of indie games could be an important element for Linux becoming mainstream on the desktop.
  • Extra Hot Commercial Games (Part 3 of 3)
    In this third and final segment, we recommend a further 6 commercial Linux indie games which are highly addictive, exceedingly playable and above all great fun to play.
  • Extra Hot Games (Part 1 of 3)
    There is a huge number of Linux games that are available to download for no charge. This pool of games is ever increasing. However, finding the best games is time consuming given the vast number that are available to try. Games which are visually unappealing can still be frantic, fast, and fun, whereas games with gorgeous graphics may have little gameplay.
  • Extra Hot Games (Part 2 of 3)
    There is a huge number of Linux games that are available to download for no charge. This pool of games is ever increasing. However, finding the best games is time consuming given the vast number that are available to try. Games which are visually unappealing can still be frantic, fast, and fun, whereas games with gorgeous graphics may have little gameplay.
  • Extra Hot Games (Part 3 of 3)
    There is a huge number of Linux games that are available to download for no charge. This pool of games is ever increasing. However, finding the best games is time consuming given the vast number that are available to try. Games which are visually unappealing can still be frantic, fast, and fun, whereas games with gorgeous graphics may have little gameplay.
  • Game Engines (Part 1 of 2)
    Game engines offer huge benefits to game developers. The main functionality they provide is the library of core functions used in a computer game.
  • Hot Games (Part 1 of 3)
    The objective of this article is not to choose games which necessarily excel in the visual department, but rather to pick games which are definitely worth investing your time in learning how to play. We cover a number of different game genres, and hopefully there will something here of interest to all types of gamers.
  • Hot Games (Part 2 of 3)
    The objective of this article is not to choose games which necessarily excel in the visual department, but rather to pick games which are definitely worth investing your time in learning how to play. We cover a number of different game genres, and hopefully there will something here of interest to all types of gamers.
  • Hot Games (Part 3 of 3)
    The objective of this article is not to choose games which necessarily excel in the visual department, but rather to pick games which are definitely worth investing your time in learning how to play. We cover a number of different game genres, and hopefully there will something here of interest to all types of gamers.
  • More Notable Games (Part 1 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some more remarkable free Linux games which are definitely worth investigating. The article is not restricted to any particular genre, so hopefully there will be something of interest here for any type of gamer.
  • More Notable Games (Part 2 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some more remarkable free Linux games which are definitely worth investigating. The article is not restricted to any particular genre, so hopefully there will be something of interest here for any type of gamer.
  • More Notable Games (Part 3 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to identify some more remarkable free Linux games which are definitely worth investigating. The article is not restricted to any particular genre, so hopefully there will be something of interest here for any type of gamer.
  • More of the Best Commercial Games (Part 1 of 3)
    Whilst software such as CrossOver Games (and Wine) allows many commercial Windows games to be played under Linux, if Linux is going to become a force in the gaming world it needs a good supply of native games.
  • More of the Best Games
    Hopefully, there should be something of interest here for all types of gamers! All of these games are great fun to play.
  • More of the Best Linux Games
    After careful deliberation, we have whittled down recommendations to a list of 42 more highly compelling Linux games, trying not to focus unduly on any one particular type of computer game genre.
  • Peachy Games (Part 1 of 4)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on free Linux games that garner very little attention, certainly far less than any of the commercial counterparts on Steam.
  • Peachy Games (Part 2 of 4)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on free Linux games that garner very little attention, certainly far less than any of the commercial counterparts on Steam.
  • Peachy Games (Part 3 of 4)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on free Linux games that garner very little attention, certainly far less than any of the commercial counterparts on Steam.
  • Peachy Games (Part 4 of 4)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on free Linux games that garner very little attention, certainly far less than any of the commercial counterparts on Steam.
  • Up-and-Coming Games (Part 1 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on open source games that are currently in an early stage of development. Many of them receive little or no prominence in the computing press.
  • Up-and-Coming Games (Part 2 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on open source games that are currently in an early stage of development. Many of them receive little or no prominence in the computing press.
  • Up-and-Coming Games (Part 3 of 3)
    The purpose of this article is to focus on open source games that are currently in an early stage of development. Many of them receive little or no prominence in the computing press.



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