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10.5. Games

Playing games under Red Hat Linux is a fun way to pass the time. The games included in Red Hat Linux appeal to quite a large number of video game enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy card games like Aisle Riot (a solitaire card game), arcade games like Tux Racer, board games like Chess, or space shooting games like Chromium and Maelstrom, you can find it in Red Hat Linux.

To start a game, click Main Menu => Games and select the game of your choice. Figure 10-7 shows a fun game for kids of all ages called Same GNOME. In this game you point your mouse at matching marbles until they start to spin; then, you can click them to make them disappear. The object of the game is to make all the marbles disappear.

Figure 10-7. Same GNOME — Match the Marbles Game

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