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Linux isn’t known for games.  In fact, one of the main reasons people don’t switch is because almost no commercial games have native Linux support.  The Wine project is certainly helping, but we Linux users really want native Linux games, which there are many already available.

Crack Attack! is a free, fast paced puzzle game for Linux.  It is in most distribution’s repositories and is a blast to play.  In the game, you try to line up blocks of the same color.  Once you have three or more lined up either vertically or horizontally, the blocks dissappear and you get points.  While you are doing this, more blocks are slowly added until the blocks touch the top of the window.  When that happens, the game ends.  The goal is to prevent this from happening by getting rid of as many blocks as possible.

Crack Attack! Being Played on Fedora 11 KDE

Although it is a “casual game”, it is great fun.  Also, all you really need to move the blocks are the arrow keys and the spacebar, so a netbook will be fine to play it on.  In fact, it was one of the games included in the ASUS Eee PC’s Xandros Linux install, so it should work on almost any machine.

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