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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    I can't believe you forgot BZFlag???

    http://www.bzflag.org/

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    Lightbulb Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    What the hell? My time now! What about this? We are trying to do not get a "never ending story" with this one.
    Hope you love, and help on it! ok?
    i - team - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...hlight=help%3F
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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    Quote Originally Posted by KillerKiwi View Post
    Maybe this should be moved to the wiki.... better yet help these guys out http://www.ubuntugames.org/

    btw tremulous is in "Add/Remove Applications"
    I agree. Such information should be placed on some organized page, not in a forum thread.

    The problem is that the site you gave is in Portuguese. So I started to translate it into English, but then I discovered this:
    http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Native_Games
    http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Non_Native_Game

    The name of the site is not as good as the brazilian one and its main content is not games, but it's on top in the english google when you search for "ubuntu games".

    Of course, there are also the other sites like happypenguin.org (my favourite so far) and all that you can google up with "linux games", but they are not editable by users (and not Ubuntu specific, but that doesn't really matter).

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    Quote Originally Posted by KIAaze View Post
    I agree. Such information should be placed on some organized page, not in a forum thread.

    The problem is that the site you gave is in Portuguese. So I started to translate it into English, but then I discovered this:
    http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Native_Games
    http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Non_Native_Game

    The name of the site is not as good as the brazilian one and its main content is not games, but it's on top in the english google when you search for "ubuntu games".

    Of course, there are also the other sites like happypenguin.org (my favourite so far) and all that you can google up with "linux games", but they are not editable by users (and not Ubuntu specific, but that doesn't really matter).
    LOL

    I'm sorry, but have you actually checked in the "sticky" area at the top of this section? There is one sticky that is Ubuntu Gaming Information Site
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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    No, indeed, I hadn't checked there before. ^^'
    At least nor this sticky...

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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    Soulfu windows version has been released. Linux and Mac version to be released soonish (He doesn't give a date)

    Works great in wine here though.

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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    Hello all, this site is fabulous (a classic one) http://happypenguin.org/ or http://gaming.gwos.org or http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Native_Games or http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Non_Native_Game but, it´s easy for people to get lost there. I mean, games sites should have "TOP 50" or "TOP 100" and "5 Stars Previews", and so on... It´s easy for us to feel lost when there is too much info (all projects should be there, no doubt about it, they deserve it, but in more specific sections like the ones above).
    Dont u agree?
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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    I don't know if it's possible to make top 50, 100 or a rating system on a wiki page, but if anyone know a way, I'll gladly know so I can make it possible for Ubuntu Game List.
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    Lightbulb Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    GREAT A.I. - That´s the way to go!

    Example kind of stucture:

    TOP 1: "gamename"
    Genre: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    Screenshot: (thumbnails)
    Install via apt-get: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    Install from: (.run, .deb, .tar.bz2, whatever): "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    Rating: ***** stars
    comments: (popup, whatever)

    Simple, heh? And all will thanks!
    Last edited by jorgerosa; May 2nd, 2007 at 04:30 PM.

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    Re: TOP Ubuntu/Linux/Windows games

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgerosa View Post
    Hello all, this site is fabulous (a classic one) http://happypenguin.org/ or http://gaming.gwos.org or http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Native_Games or http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Non_Native_Game but, it´s easy for people to get lost there. I mean, games sites should have "TOP 50" or "TOP 100" and "5 Stars Previews", and so on... It´s easy for us to feel lost when there is too much info (all projects should be there, no doubt about it, they deserve it, but in more specific sections like the ones above).
    Dont u agree?
    This is so true. As an example, if you want to play a DVD on Windows, what are the players you use? (PowerDVD and WinDVD for most, and 100 other players) Now a new user comes here and says "How do I play DVDs?" I would say ogle-gui is about the best equivalent for a new user, but they will instead get a list that includes fixing Totem. Games are the same thing. gwos has a fantastic list, but is there any way to tell the 5 year old no graphics games from Padman? This post serves a purpose. What is hot right now! And it still included Globulation and Frozen Bubble, so it isn't just new stuff.

    For AI: Would this work? http://www.invokemedia.com/spanish-d...tructions.html It is way beyond me, so I don't know if it is a miracle or garbage.

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