24 Extra Hot Free Linux Games (Part 2 of 3)
A proverb that often springs to mind during the day
is that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Breaking up
the monotony of the daily grind (also known as work) cannot be
underestimated. Computer games are a great form of entertainment, less
passive that watching the TV, just as challenging as completing the
Times crossword, but much more fun.
However, games are not only important for amusement or as a
diversion. They can actually stretch the mind, help to improve
short-term memory, enhance your communication skills, heighten spatial
awareness, advance teamwork, and encourage logical thinking.
This article is the second instalment in a three part series,
identifying games that are worth giving a whirl. If you missed
the first part, it is available to read here.
We have again tried to cover a wide range of game genres. Hopefully
there will be something in this article which will be of interest to
any type of gamer.
To be eligible for inclusion in this list each game
needed to meet the following requirements:
to play (no download charge, no monthly charge)
Does not require Wine to run. Wine is a compatibility layer
for running Windows software.
Not in the early stages of development
Now, let's scrutinize the 8 games at hand. For each game we
have compiled its own portal page, providing screenshots of the game in
action, a full description of the game, with an in-depth analysis of
the features of the game, together with links to relevant resources and
We have previously released a number of features
highlighting great free Linux games including 42
of the Best Free Linux Games, 42
More of the Best Free Linux Games, 21
More of the Best Free
Linux Games, as well as a three part feature entitled 42 Hot
Return to our complete collection of Group
Tests, identifying the finest Linux software.
Last Updated Wednesday, April 09 2014 @ 03:03 PM EDT