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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    Hi guys! Have you tried N? It's totally awesome and addicting... It now has a native linux client but is not open-source though.

    http://www.thewayoftheninja.org/n_downloads.html

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    2D games is not good. I prefer Flash games rather than 2D games. Why linux are lagging behind still in games sector. The developers should make some exclusive action games for games freak. Then they will be able to use linux continuously.

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    Quote Originally Posted by The Tapsa View Post
    Btw
    Soldat that nythacker mentioned needs some assistance. Soldat player Shoozza is/was making Linux version of Soldat, but he is frustrated and needs some motivation, so he said that if we can get 50 people to vote yes in soldatforums and go to irc (Shoozza@QuakeNet) he will go on making Soldat ported. So if you like Soldat, help us to have those 50 people.

    Link to topic on soldatforums: http://forums.soldat.pl/index.php?topic=34682.0

    Thanks.
    OK, joined the channel. submit to http://www.linuxgames.com/ also

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    My favorite 2-D Linux games are Super Tux and Solar Wolf. If you don't know, Solar Wolf is a 2-D arcade game where a space ship collects boxes, while dodging enemy fire.

    As far as I know, they both don't need 3-D hardware. Though Super Tux supports OpenGL, it is optional.

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    you should list fillets-ng
    a very addictive sodoku type game using fish and various objects. very very difficult to solve
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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    I'm intrigued that nobody has mentioned Naev yet. Escape Velocity-style space game

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    WORMUX!!! supertux is cool too

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    My favorite 2D Linux games are Counter Strike 2D, Fish Fillet NG and Frozen Bubble.
    I like to play all this games. I really enjoyed. I play atleast 2-3 hours every day.

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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    I think Numpty Physics is good as well:
    http://numptyphysics.garage.maemo.org/
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    Re: Your Favorite 2D Linux Game

    I really like Wyvern. It's been in beta forever now, and I doubt there will ever be a real release, but it's really playable.
    Screenshots here

    What is it, you ask? It's a multiplayer game (a MUD, for those of you familiar with the term), that can be played any way you like. The setting is a fantasy like land with monsters ranging from orcs over elves to dragons and beyond.
    You'll start using just the arrow keys and a few buttons and the mouse, but once you get to know the game a little better you'll create aliases so that you don't need the mouse anymore.

    Why do I like this game? Although the community is really small, the most fun is to be had with other players. There's these so called "Live Quests" in which players have to work together or compete to achieve a common goal. This can be killing a boss (player that did the most damage wins the prize (there's usually prizes for everyone that stuck untill the end) or racing your way through a mine to reach the end first.

    Wizards (the moderators/admins) are working really hard to fix unbalances now.

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