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How to play Bully: Scholarship Edition on Linux

Bully: Scholarship Edition is a remaster of Rockstar Game’s “Bully,” a game about a young kid working his way through the social hierarchy of high school, meeting girls, making friends, and causing mischief. The game is an open world, which is typical of Rockstar. Here’s how to get it working …

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How to download Steam games to USB on Linux

Steam games are downloaded to the Steam library. You can move the Steam library anywhere you want however, the games will always download to it. This is a problem if you’re short on disk space and have a lot of large games that you want to play, or you’d like …

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How to play Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Linux

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a role-playing game that takes place during the Holy Roman Empire. The player assumes the role of Henry, as he goes from a peasant to a great knight. K.C.D is well-known for its ultra-realistic combat that takes hours to master. In this guide, we’ll go over …

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How to play Nvidia streaming games on Linux with Moonlight

Moonlight is a program that can connect to Windows computers running the Nvidia GeForce Experience app to stream games from it. Moonlight works by detecting the Windows PC over LAN and using Nvidia’s game stream technology to make it work. Here’s how to use Moonlight to stream your favorite games …

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How to play Albion Online in Linux

Albion Online is a fantasy MMORPG for Linux, Mac OS, Linux, iOS, and Android. It follows a medieval setting, and users can create a custom character to adventure in the world. In this guide, we’ll show you how to play it on Linux. Method 1 – Steam Perhaps the quickest …

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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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