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You are the noblest of the noble running Linux. You don't want the despair of running a Windows OS on your finely minted machine. You don't want to sell your soul for a Windows license or squander away your hard drive shekels running a virtual machine. Dual-boot? I think not! But the heart wants what the heart wants. Thousands of Windows games and programs to run on your favorite Linux distro (Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Debian, RHEL and oh so many more). Oh the conundrum.

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CrossOver Linux doesn't have ye 'ole overhead of a Windows operating system or virtual machine, which means ye 'ole Windows apps will run at native speed, play games at full fps all while maintaining the Linux OS integration. Simply magic!

So you're a ChromeOS user, you say? You've taken the grand escape from a sluggish PC, but you want to use your Chromebook for more than email, social media and general internet. You want to run full featured Windows software. Impossible they said! Hold our beer. Introducing CrossOver ChromeOS! Run Windows programs that are not available in the Google Play store alongside mobile apps. Scrap remote sessions with multiple users. Run utility software like Quicken and Microsoft Office, or DirectX games, like Wizard101. And bonus: Games from your Steam library will run with CrossOver ChromeOS at native speeds. Roger that!

Lutris is a video game preservation platform aiming to keep your video game collection up and running for the years to come. Over the years, video games have gone through many different hardware and software platforms. By offering the best software available to run your games, Lutris makes it easy to run all your games, old and new.

You wouldn't think there would be many games out there to teach you how to use a Bash terminal, and you'd be right. Serious PC gamers know that the Fallout series features terminal-based computers in the vaults, which helps normalize the idea of interfacing with a computer through text, but in spite of featuring applications more or less like Alpine or Emacs, playing Fallout doesn't teach you commands or applications you can use in real life. The Fallout series was never ported to Linux directly (although it is playable through Steam's open source Proton. The modern entries into the Wasteland series that served as predecessors to Fallout, however, do target Linux, so if you want to experience in-game terminals, you can play Wasteland 2 and Wasteland 3 on your Linux gaming PC. The Shadowrun series also targets Linux, and it features a lot of terminal-based interactions, although it's admittedly often overshadowed by blazing hot sim sequences.

While those games take a fun approach to computer terminals, and they run on open source systems, none are open source themselves. There are, however, at least two games that take a serious, and seriously fun, approach to teaching people how to interact with systems through text commands. And best of all, they're open source.

Thanks for this Seth. I have just landed a part time Associate Lecturer gig and will be teaching an introduction to Linux module in the new year, not sure my students would rather play games than study but I know that I would.

When you start PlayOnLinux for the first time, you will see that the main screen of the program will appear somewhat empty. This happens because most of the space is reserved to list the applications and games that you are installing.

Proton is indeed a huge deal for Linux, especially with Valve using the same in its upcoming Steam Deck with Linux. But how exactly can we use Steam Proton to play Windows games on Linux? Read more to find out.

Not all games with anti-cheat mechanisms like BattlEye and EAC work as of now, but Valve is working with developers of these anti-cheat programs and has promised wide availability of games soon. Either way, what do you think of the current Linux gaming scenario? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

After this, click OK, and everything will install; most of it will be in the background, but you may need to click through once or twice. Good news: With that done, the hard part is now over! On to the fun part: playing games.

I want to buy a new notebook in the near future to play games on it. I'm looking forward for the new Steam for Linux client. My question is that where does the Steam install the games, on the home partition, or in the usr folder, or somewhere else? I do not use pre-release (i.e. beta) versions of either Steam or Ubuntu.

Multitasking has finally arrived on Android thanks to the Multiple Instances feature in BlueStacks. Run multiple Android games and apps at the same time on a single PC. Smash your opponents to dust while you finish up your presentation, or log into multiple World of Airports accounts and manage several teams at once!

One of the biggest challenges you will face running Sims 4 on Linux is setting up Origin. It is an EA (Electronic Arts) distribution platform for most video games with Sims 4 included. Even though the platform is written in Qt (a cross-platform Python library), Origin raises several issues running on a Linux environment.

Other methods of playing Sims4 on Linux include the use of applications like Play on Linux or Virtualization technology. Play on Linux is a wine front end graphical utility that enables one to play video games on Linux. Since Sims 4 has a Windows setup file, you can use virtualization technology to create a Windows virtual machine that you can use to run Sims 4.

If you grew up on games like Gallaga or 1942 R-Type, or if you just like blowing stuff up in space, then this game is for you. AstroMenace is a shoot-em-up developed and published by Russian indie game developer @viewizard.

The games flawless attention to detail, fluid multiplayer and single player gameplay means that it has already been modded a great deal! These mod's do not let this game down either adding to it's wonderful single player campaign and also creating new multiplayer environments which see's this somewhat arcade war simulation taken to the next level in excitement...

When I load the game, the main screen appears and the goes after a split second, and replaced with a blank screen, with some scrambled graphics on the bottom corner. The games has loaded, but the display is knackered.

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