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    Question Game for Ubuntu...?

    I've searched a lot to find some Ubuntu-based games, but couldn't. (Those available in AppStore are worthless! )
    Can you suggest some?

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    Re: Game for Ubuntu...?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulInBHC View Post
    +1 for the games Torchlight and Rochard on that list.
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    Re: Game for Ubuntu...?

    There are lots of great games for Ubuntu. There are quite a few in the app store, but they may be hard to find.

    Keep an eye on http://humblebundle.com for when they release a new pack, you can pay whatever you like and 99% of the games are Linux compatible.

    Furthermore, head over to http://www.playdeb.net/welcome/ and add their repository to your system. You can then browse the website and add games to your PC by clicking the links on the website.

    Good luck!
    Holding a LAN party? Check out LAN Party Mania (detailed LAN information for games)
    http://lanpartymania.com

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    Re: Game for Ubuntu...?

    Few of the commercial (for-purchase) games available on 12.04 have moved over to 12.10 yet, since 12.10 doesn't officially launch until the 18th. Give it another week or so, and you'll see some high quality games in the Ubuntu Software Center that you'll be able to buy.
    If you are asking about a problem with your system, make sure to give details about your setup. OTHERWISE, NO ONE CAN HELP YOU.

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