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    does anyone know any good game websites or websites where there are any good linux compatible games?

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    Have you ever gone here?

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    I've actually never been there. Sweet site. I just downloaded Pingus. It's like Lemmings. Really good. It also has Supertux which I've been too lazy to apt-get. In other words...it's been added to the bookmarks collection.

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    Yup, happypenguin is great! Right now, the only game I play on linux is Battle of Wesnoth, though I sometimes play FreeCiv. Otherwise, you could also check sourceforge.
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    www.tuxgames.com is good too!

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    Are tux games and happypeguin the only linux game sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onlinebacon
    www.tuxgames.com is good too!
    I once order Doom3 at tuxgames.com. They sent me the windows version, but with an extra-cd containing a sort of script launching a home-made GUI supposed to make it installable on Linux. The script didn't went through but there was a good old readme file explaining where to move the files from the windows CD. So after tinkering a little it was working good.

    Now I don't purchase any games no more. There are so many free and open source games out there so why paying for a commercial one ?
    What sort of games are you looking for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude500
    Are tux games and happypeguin the only linux game sites?
    There's also:

    http://www.linuxgames.com
    http://www.linuxgamepublishing.com
    http://www.garagegames.com
    http://www.pyrogon.com
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    So there are other linux game sites, but isn't garagegames make the torque game engine, I thought that was only for windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude500
    So there are other linux game sites, but isn't garagegames make the torque game engine, I thought that was only for windows
    If you take the time to look at the actual games they have available on Garagegames, you'll notice that several of them have Linux versions (Gish, MarbleBlastGold). That's why I posted the site. As for the engine, I don't know.
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