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How to play Sinclair ZX Spectrum games on Linux

The ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit computer released in the UK by Sinclair Research. It sold 5 million units and was in production from 1982 to 1992. The Spectrum was very similar to the Commodore 64 and was used for both video games and personal computing. In this guide, we’ll …

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How to limit FPS for a game on Windows 10

Monitoring the FPS of a game is fairly easy on Windows 10. There are lots of tools that can do the job, some games have a built-in FPS meter, and Windows 10 has an overlay that can be enabled via the Game bar that shows the FPS for a game. …

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How to play Grand Theft Auto 5 on Linux

It is now possible to play Grand Theft Auto 5 singleplayer, as well as the GTA: Online component on Linux, thanks to Valve’s Steam Play and Proton technologies. In this guide, we’ll show you precisely what to do to make it work. Let’s get started! Enabling Steam Play on Linux …

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How to get started with Google Stadia on Linux

Google’s new Stadia gaming platform is here! Best of all, it works very well on Linux. If you’ve recently purchased a Stadia membership (and Stadia hardware), and want to enjoy the service on your Linux PC, follow along with this guide to learn everything there is to know. Note: playing …

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How to organize video games on Linux with Gnome Games

Do you play a lot of video games on your Linux PC? Are you sick of hunting through Steam, and other tools and launchers to play your favorite video games? If so, Gnome Games may be up your alley. It’s an excellent open-source launcher that can organize all video games …

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How to host a Minetest game server on Linux

If you’ve played Minetest on Linux by yourself and are wondering how to host a multiplayer server, you’ll be happy to know that the developers of the game have made it incredibly easy to start up your very own Minetest game server. In this guide, we’ll go over how to …

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How to install Minetest on Linux

Minetest is an open-source, Minecraft-inspired video game for Linux, as well as other platforms. It is not specifically a “clone” of the Minecraft game. It has many differences compared to the famous building game. However, it is often suggested to users looking for an alternative to Minecraft. In this tutorial, …

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How to play Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Linux

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is the first release of the Halo franchise on the PC since 2004. It’s a big deal. If you’d like to experience one of the best shooter franchises ever on Linux, you need to purchase it on Steam. To get Halo: The Master Chief Collection …

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How to play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Linux

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action RPG game, developed by the game company CD Projekt RED. It’s the third entry in a trilogy of video games based on the fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowsi. It follows the protagonist Geralt of Rivia as he hunts down a monster known …

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How to play MS-DOS games online

The Internet Archive is a website where you can find snapshots of old and abandoned websites, discontinued software, and outdated/old apps that no longer have a platform to run on. It’s basically Sakaar for the internet but there’s no Grand Master, or fighting. If you want to run Windows Movie …

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