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#REDIRECT [[List of Applications/Games]]
{{Games navigation}}
=== Native &ndash; Commercial ===
{{Expansion|add places to buy online.}}
* {{App|1=Bullet Candy Perfect|2=fun shoot-em-up game, with sharp, super smooth 3D graphics and a cool techno soundtrack. Features cross-platform, achievements, and online scores. 'PAMAYW' scheme.
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Enemy Territory: Quake Wars|Enemy Territory: Quake Wars]]|commercial team and class-based multiplayer game. Full version requires retail DVD to play|http://zerowing.idsoftware.com/linux/etqw/|{{AUR|etqw}}}}
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Eschalon: Book I|Eschalon: Book I]]|Classical isometric RPG like Ultima, Might & Magic or Wizardry
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Eschalon: Book II|Eschalon: Book II]]|Isometric, turn-based RPG|http://basiliskgames.com/|{{AUR|eschalon2}}}}
* {{App|1=Irukandji|2=cross-platform 'pay as much as you want' (minimum $1 USD) scheme. A fun score attack shooter, set in an abstract underwater trench. Features unlockables, online score system, and challenges
* {{App|[[Minecraft]]|java based sandbox game. Very addictive game, big community, lots of updates, do not miss this one
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Rune (video game)|Rune]]|3rd person Adventure / Hack'n Slay based on ut'99. Runs great from box installation
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Sacred (video game)|Sacred Gold]]|Hack'n Slay Roleplay Game like Diablo.
:{{Tip| If running on a low resolution (netbook etc) either play it on external monitor, but you can't see the skill/action bar. You can move the Window pressing {{Keypress|Alt+left_mouse}}. You can see the action bar, but then you can't see the health bar anymore. Email Michael from linuxgamepublishing.com and ask for a fix - would be really great if we could fully enjoy this game on Linux netbooks}}
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Unreal Tournament|UT'99 (Unreal Tournament)]]|first person shooter|http://www.unrealtournament2004.com/utgoty/|{{AUR|ut1999}}}}
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:Unreal Tournament 2004|Unreal Tournament 2004]]|first person shooter|http://www.unrealtournament2004.com|{{AUR|ut2004}} for the retail version, {{AUR|ut2004-anthology}} for the anthology version}}
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:VVVVVV|VVVVVV]]|highly praised 2d puzzle platform indie game with a C64 retro theme, with a great chiptune soundtrack. You can buy the full version for £1.67, or play the [http://www.kongregate.com/games/TerryCavanagh/vvvvvv-demo/ demo.] in a browser.
:{{Tip|You may want to backup your save file, which is found at {{Ic|~/.macromedia/Flash_Player/#SharedObjects/''string''/localhost...}}.}}
* {{App|[[Wikipedia:World of Goo|World of Goo]]|Great 2D puzzle game

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