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The Fedora Project website features a section dedicated to games that details many of the available games, including overviews and installation instructions.  For more information, refer to:
 
The Fedora Project website features a section dedicated to games that details many of the available games, including overviews and installation instructions.  For more information, refer to:
  
* http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Games
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For a list of other games that are available for installation, select ''Applications > Add/Remove Software'', or via the command line:
 
For a list of other games that are available for installation, select ''Applications > Add/Remove Software'', or via the command line:
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For help using yum to install the assorted game packages, refer to the guide available at:
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* http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/
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Revision as of 10:29, 11 October 2008

Games and Entertainment

Fedora provides a selection of games that cover a variety of genres. Users can install a small package of games for GNOME (gnome-games) and KDE (kdegames). There are also many additional games that span every major genre available in the repositories.

The Fedora Project website features a section dedicated to games that details many of the available games, including overviews and installation instructions. For more information, refer to:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Games

For a list of other games that are available for installation, select Applications > Add/Remove Software, or via the command line:

yum groupinfo "Games and Entertainment"

For help using yum to install the assorted game packages, refer to the guide available at:

http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/