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Linux distributions include great productivity software by default, but if you want to do a bit of gaming you need to search the repositories and other sites to find some of the many fantastic games for Linux. Add your favorite Linux applications to the Directory.

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Spring RTS Engine

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SpecificationsSpring is a project aiming to create a new and versatile RTS Engine. Features * Many different Games, made just for Spring. * Play online, on a LAN or offline Single Player. * Large battles limited only by the power of your computer; supp ...

Realm of the Mad God

SpecificationsWeb Browser that can use Adobe Flash.
Book DescriptionRealm of the Mad God is a free Browser based Fantasy MMO Shooter. In this game you fight monsters in groups of up to 85 players will you try to get to Oryx the Mad God. When you play you try to get to level 20, get the best loot and equipment. It is a ver ...

Gibbon

SpecificationsGibbon is a graphical client for playing backgammon online on the First Internet Backgammon Server FIBS (http://www.fibs.com) or servers that use a compatible protocol. Gibbon is Free Software and written in a platform-independent manner.

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