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18 Extra Hot Linux Commercial Games (Part 2 of 3)   
Tuesday, July 12 2011 @ 04:28 PM EDT
Contributed by: sde

It cannot be denied that there remains a paucity of games for Linux produced by the large well known gaming companies. It is sometimes perceived that part of the reason rests with Linux gamers themselves. Given the number and variety of addictive high quality open source games, it is perhaps understandable that many Linux gamers might not appear to want to pay high ticket prices for games. Further, it is a fact that the markedly smaller Linux user base means that sales of commercial titles will inevitably be lower than games released on many other platforms, making ports to Linux less financially attractive.

This article is the second in a three part series concentrating primarily on identifying the finest indie games available for Linux. The more publicity that Linux commercial games receive, the more it will encourage developers to port their games to this platform.

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