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#31 Post by amc »

DeanLinkous wrote:whats so funny? :wink:
there is no other purpose to a game but time wasting entertainment and one game wastes time at the same rate as another - so one is just as good as another
actually one game can waste much more time than another..

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#32 Post by chrismortimore »

I can't decide between Mindrover and the various Freespaces. I'm loving them equally just now.
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#33 Post by GMouse »

SpEcIeS wrote:Neverwinter Nights is one of my favorites. 8)

(I just wish my wizard wouldn't die if something so much as sneezes at him.)
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#34 Post by Xylock »

WoW - under Wine.

Ok, I know I'm not original, but on this very same machine it crashes approx every 20 mins under windows... havent had it crash yet as long as I stay away from the gfx menu under linux (known issue).

And PySol :D
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#35 Post by actionM »

Urban Terror 4
It's similar to counter strike but better(imo). And it's free.

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#36 Post by petteri »

I like The Battle for Wesnoth and Neverball. Both are in the Debian repositories so they are just apt-get install away :)

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