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I have added instructions to my guide on the first page (link) on how to install Return to Castle Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory. It is a FREE MULTIPLAYER game for ...
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    Gamers read this!


    I have added instructions to my guide on the first page (link) on how to install Return to Castle Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory. It is a FREE MULTIPLAYER game for LINUX (as well as windows).

    Keep in mind that you should have your video drivers installed to play it.

    The link to my guide is below in my sig!

    Have fun!

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    Free?! How is that possible? Isn't that an extension pack for RtCW?

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    What game is this and where can I get it? I'd like to get back into gaming since I've been away from it for so long.
    The best things in life are free.

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    it's return to castle wolfenstein - enemy territory, all the info is on my guide and the links therein, I have played it already and it looks great.

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    Cool!!
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    But how can it be that a thing such as this is free for the taking? How do they make money on it?

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    I suppose they don't plan to make money out of it? But it's wery kind of them

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    there have been other games that came out under the same premise ie - america's army.

    It is great advertising for RTCW - so when they release a new game, maybe people will be inclined to buy it. Also, because they made a version for the linux platform, it might appeal to some of the linux users like me
    I really like RTCW and have nothing bad at all to say about, I don't really buy games, but if they came out with one for linux, I probably would buy it if it was reasonably priced.

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    now the question is will it run on the computer I am on now
    500MHZ celeron
    32MB intel integrated extreme graphics
    320MB ram
    such and such

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    hmmm, close call, I would think so, but not sure of the fps on that
    but the good news is that it is not that big of a download and it installs pretty fast - definitely worth a shot!

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