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 Posted: Aug 20 2011, 09:38 AM
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For the shooters amoung us, you might want to try the game Nezuiz.
Installing can be done by downloading the game from the official website.

Or if you prefer the RPM way, download the latest version from the Fedora 15 repo.
You need to grab three files if you want to play the game (instead of creating your own server):

For x86_64:

You can find those here or on any other Fedora 15 mirror wink.gif

Additional, you might need to install the opengl-games-utils package: link

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 Posted: Aug 21 2011, 03:12 AM
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I play that one a lot. Lately though, Civ 5 has had me crazy....

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