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    Have you ever searched the words “free games” and end up whit a lot of porn popup? Well I have. Over time I got convinced that such thing dose not exist. That there could be a real good 3d game that is free. So I gave up on it and never gave it much thought till I ran into this page. http://www.realmwarsgame.com Unfortunately the Linux version is still under construction. Just know that the project is in it real stage.

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    yeah, and chdck out Enemy Territory. its also a neat free game

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    enemy territory is freakin awesome.....I've been addicted to it since it came out

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    I'm going to check out Enemy Territory this weekend. i hope it is as good as everyone says it is. since switching to Linux only ive missed my games like StarCraft, Black and White (IMHO one of the best games ever ... looking forward to sequel) and some others. i don't trust WineX all too much to use that. so keep the good free games a coming ya'll!

    man im such a lewser. :banghead:
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    QuickDraw you can play StarCraft on your Linux without winex. You can even play StarCraft for your windows partition but it is harder to get it running. I play my StarCraft from my windows partition. Just look for the manual on the Internet. I am not sure but I think you install StarCraft on Linux without any additional software. i am guessing here

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    interesting though ... hrmm ... but i just installed XP again for it. thanks anyways though. and i suggest downloading Frozen Bubble guys. that stuff is fuuuuuunn! its just like Super Bust - A - Move
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    lol frozen bubble is addictive

    And If you own Warcraft 2 and want to play it, you can use freecraft. Its great, but it got shut down by Blizzard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mado
    enemy territory is freakin awesome.....I've been addicted to it since it came out
    I must admit I also have been absolutely hooked on ET for a while now!

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    Is this spam because I posted this post in fs2004 forum and I was told not to spam i mean my original post

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunday
    Is this spam because I posted this post in fs2004 forum and I was told not to spam i mean my original post
    It could be viewed that way depending how you read the original post, as i could see no clear link to you and that site, and you have participated within other areas of the forum i dont take your post as spam.

    You can usually tell who has only joined up to spam, they always show the same charactisterics:
    1) Sign up, first post is "hey check out this site" sort of thing
    2) They dont visit again afterwards, or do, but only once or twice.
    3) They show no interest in any of the topics being discussed in the forum
    4) A massive picture and a link in their sig to their site
    5) a typical spammer will find a few posts and add a one or two word answer, (again to promote their sig line).
    6) Gut instinct. - Proberly the most important one of all, after seeing it all time and time again, your instinct tells you who is here just to promote their own site.

    Jason

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