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24 More of the Best Linux Commercial Games (Part 3 of 3)   
Saturday, April 17 2010 @ 04:29 PM EDT
Contributed by: sde

There is no denying the huge selection of open source games available for Linux. Playing through all of these games would entertain many gamers for years. Nevertheless, there is still a massive market for commercial games. If Linux is ever going to usurp the desktop market, it needs a regular source of native high quality games that rival commercial games available on Windows.

Commercial software is motivated by the desire to make profits. A good quality game often helps to achieve that objective, although other factors (such as marketing) can play a more significant role.

This article is the third (and final) installment in a series entitled '24 More of the Best Linux Commercial Games'. We have 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.

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