LXer: Humble Indie Bundle 8 is rolling with 11 Linux games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 7, 2013
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Recently, the Humble Indie Bundle 8 has been released, which now contains 11 exciting games for Linux. As always, some of the game titles are making a Linux debut and can either be downloaded directly from the HIB website or be redeemed in the Ubuntu Software Center and on Steam.
LXer: Humble Bundle PC And Android 8 Unleashed With New Linux Games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 18, 2013
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So there's a new Humble Bundle in town and it features cross-platform games for Linux, Mac, Windows & Android and some games are 100% new to Linux!
Best Linux Games Ever?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 30, 2013
I would like to discuss about the games on Linux.
I guess dosbox is one of the best game/soft to be installed.
Freeciv is cool too.
Please feel free to post which game you like and how installation is.
Happy Gaming Tux
Who wants to blog about linux games?
- date: July 14, 2012
so I am in the situation presently of not having a linux machine. (for those interested in obscure OS's, after a motherboard death, I decided to go amish and got a G4 mac, running Morph OS)
This means I am not particularly qualified to do linux reviews on account of not having a machine to play said games on.
The blog has garnered some 2000 views so I am not too keen on just letting it die. So why not turn it into a community thing?
Basically, if you think reviewing a linux available game a week (or more, if you like), writing about stuff relevant to linux gaming etc might be fun, shoot me an email at [email protected]
and we can sort something out.
The whole thing might work better as a group effort in any event, and I believe blogger will permit multiple logins without too much fuss.
Stand alone Linux games?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 11, 2006
i have a simple Pentium 2 333mhz w/ slackware 11.
i would like to find some simple games to play on it.
I enjoy old dos adventure games. Anything out there for me?
anything free? Thanks guys.
Anyway to make linux games go faster by tweaking opengl somehow?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 15, 2005
Maybe by disabling high detail stuff...things like that. I'm talking about outside of the game americasarmy(unless you know some good performance tips for this), and maybe in the xorg.conf...but i want to affect the opengl drivers themselves to try and squeeze out some more performance if possible.
gunz on linux,games with gameguard guide,kinda
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 23, 2010
k so there is another thread about this,but.. virtualbox doesn't work very well for most pple,ive just seen them complain it's got unplayable framerates
this is gunz on VMware 7 workstation with xp sp3 as guest
it has pretty good framerates,so if you can't get it to work fine with virtual box,use this
i'd say try both,maybe i missed something while trying to get this working on virtual box a whole f*in night
my specs are e6750 at 3,4ghz 2gb ram and 8600gts card right now
and guest works well with 1core set and 512 mb ram i had it with 2 cores and 1gb just in case ,but it wouldn't matter as i seen later on
and like this you can prob play alot of games that don't work on wine cause of their hacking prevention systems
p.s. sorry for no sound on the video i was in a hurry,had an exam today that i passed,barely
Native Linux Games list
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 6, 2004
Seeing as how many people come to this forum in particular and ask about native linux games I think it would be nice to have a sticky thread with a running list of games. I seem to hear about a new game every day, and as more and more are either ported or developed the list will expand. If an admin would be so kind as to sticky this thread please (if possible).
On to the list (in no particular order). Feel free to reply with any Native games you know about that I have failed to mention. Provide links whenever possible.
FlightGear - OpenGL flight sim. Open source, and very well done.
Foobillard - OpenGL billard game. Very realistic physics.
racer - Racing sim.
TORCS - The open racing car simulator
FrozenBubble - Most addictive game I know
BZFlag - Multiplayer 3D tank battle game
Armagetron - Tron style 3D lightcycles game
Neverball - 3D puzzle game (neverputt mini-golf found at the same page)
Which native Linux games are you planning to buy this holiday season?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 6, 2010
Which native Linux games are you planning to buy this holiday season? I'm planning to buy:
[SOLVED] How to install Linux Games
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2008
I downloaded a game called "alienarena2008-linux20081016.zip". Is it possible to install this game (or games like it) or dose one have to always go through the (a) package manager for installable games?
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