"It might be nice to claim that Linux fans are a purely serious
crowd, using our machines purely for tasks such as Web serving, Web
surfing, writing or sorting out real-world problems. The truth is,
there comes a time when it is nice to put the real world to one
side and use our machines to relax. In other words, play games.
That can mean pretending to be a pilot with the Flight Gear
simulator, a penguin going after herring in Tux Racer or a marine
chasing demons in Doom 3. Although other platforms, such as the
dedicated game consoles, have a greater range of choices available
to them, some great games are available for Linux..."
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