24 Extra Hot Free Linux Games (Part 1 of 3)
Apr 30, 2010, 03:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Even though PCs face increasing competition from
dedicated gaming consoles, PC gaming will never die. If Linux is
going to dominate the desktop market, it needs a good stream of
native games. However, commercial gaming companies are only going
to port games to Linux if they can realise a tidy profit from that
work, and in the main that requires a significant gaming base. In
many ways, open source games represent a solution to the Catch 22
situation, making Linux more attractive from a gamer's perspective,
and increasing the possibility of more commercial games being
released on the market.
"To be eligible for inclusion in this list each game needed to
meet the following requirements:
"Free to play (no download charge, no monthly charge)
"Does not require Wine to run. Wine is a compatibility layer for
running Windows software.
"Not in the early stages of development
"The only exception we have made is to include Quake Live, a
truly awesome web browser based game which has under a proprietary
license. But it was simply too good to miss off this feature."