Linux Gaming?

Jessie A. Morris jessie at confettiantiques.com
Sun Feb 6 21:26:23 MST 2011


Doom3 and Unreal Tournament 2kR has native Linux versions.

Ronald Rafajko <ronrafajko at gmail.com> wrote:

>X-Plane has a Linux version if you like flight simulators.
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>Ron in AF
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>On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 8:31 PM, Steven Morrey <sdalemorrey at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Hello Everyone,
>> I just did a fresh load of Ubuntu 10.10 on my laptop, and since I'm
>> planning to use this particular machine for gaming now, I figured I'd
>> go through the repository and see what new games there are.
>> Problem is there are thousands of games for Linux out there.  I've
>> tried maybe 20 so far and while some are great, some well lets just
>> say they need a little polish.
>> I do remember the days when Tux Racer and Frozen Bubble came out, and
>> I am a little bit sad to say that so far I've not seen many games rise
>> to their level of polish and that was over 6 years ago wasn't it?
>>
>> Anyways, I started this email with the intent of gathering feedback
>> and suggestions about what Linux games the community finds to be fun
>> to play.  But while doing some research on the subject myself, I was
>> pleasantly surprised to see that Ryzom is back and they have finally
>> released a Linux client.  Has anyone on the list tried it out?  What
>> are your thoughts on it?
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Sincerely
>> Steve
>>
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