Linux games mega collection Part 7
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 29, 2009
I truly hope you will like this.
Welcome to the seventh Linux gaming compilation. Hopefully, you will like this one as much as the others. I have carefully selected today's titles, and I believe you'll be pleasantly surprised by the repertoire. The long-awaited Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is finally here. Then, there's the masterpiece UFO: Alien Invasion, a remake of the legendary UFO: Enemy Unknown. Fans of board games, including 3D board games, will also like today's choices. Racing fans won't be left in the dry, either. We will talk about Liero and Liero clones, two other FPS, a number of arcade games, and more. It should definitely be interesting.
So if you're intigued:
Comments and suggestions, especially about games for future reviews, would be most appreciated.
P.S. One of the games reviewed is my favorite title for 2009, by far. It's truly remarkable ... a little teaser
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 5, 2006
Are there many games for linux? Like, new releases and ports of new windows games? I mostly use my computer for fun, so if i install ubuntu, i want to be able to play games - stuff like GTA, Civilization, Crysis, Rome: Total War, Railroads!, etc.
Top 10 Linux Games of 2008?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 18, 2008
I think its time to create a top 10 linux games of 2008 thread. Does anyone have their favorites? Heres mine...
-GNU Backgammon (gnubg)
-Super Tux 2
-Frets On Fire
-Secret Maryo Chronicles
A top 10 for games working in Wine would be good too...
-FIFA 2004 (ive heard 09 works, but I cant get it going)
-World of Warcraft (i dont play this though)
-Many of the Popcap and Pogo games work though Wine
Good site for linux games?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 15, 2006
I went searching on google for a website that sells linux video games exclusivly and couldnt find much, anyone have a good link? Thank!
A few questions about linux games.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 27, 2007
1) Does linux have any native games outside of the Kill-Big-Dragon-With-Sword and Shoot-Bad-Man-In-Face types? I'm talking about the Crazy Taxi, Jet Set Radio, Trauma Center, Phoenix Wright kinda stuff. Heck, do we even have any decent 3D platformers?
2) Does linux have any games with real stories? I mean, from what I've seen, there are games, but they don't even do anything but drop you right into level one and leave you to get to the end. Heck, even Super Tux's plot is basically "Your girlfriend was kidnapped or something. Go find her.", while it MIGHT have some sort of story in later levels I haven't gotten to, it really seems unlikely.
Lastly, are there many major groups trying to make a game, as in more than a few people releasing yet another game we've all seen before? Like the thread on this forum that's working on a gunbound style game.
I'm not meaning to criticize anyone, it just seems like the current linux games are rather bland, and I'd like to see if there are
Linux games, source code, and dates, etc.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2009
Is it true that most of the source code for Linux games, for example Urban terror, tremulous, alian arena, and all of the other major and native linux games are from source code that was realised in 1997? Why doesn't linux have games that at least compare with windows games?
Linux games First Person Shooters
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 8, 2008
For those of you wondering about open-source FPS, then here's a review that might interest you.
I've written about three quite solid FPS - OpenArena, Sauerbraten and Nexuiz. They will all run decently from even older computers.
They are also cross-platform, meaning you can play them in both Windows and Linux, and even some other OSs. Best of all, OpenArena and Nexuiz do not even require an 'installation' and can be played from a portable hard disk.
Here you go:
Comments and suggestions are welcome.
LXer: Gamecaster, New Real Time Video Capture Tool for Linux Games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 28, 2012
Published at LXer:
Gamecaster is a graphical user interface for open source project glc. It can capture real time footage of any Linux game that uses ALSA for sound and OpenGL for drawing.
Linux games on sale list
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 31, 2014
Since we have soooooo many games nowadays GamingOnLinux.com has a dedicated Linux games on sale page
It is updated all the time from various different websites and is always up to date, spread the word guys!
linux games fail?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 6, 2009
OK, I have new problem. i have linux mint and it works great, cant say ive ever had a more flashy version of ubuntu. anyways. the games WARSOW, and SAUBRATEN, won't work. all i get of SAUBRATEN is a blue cube to show up and WARSOW won't so much as start up without crashing my computer... help please!!
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