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I use to buy the latest console (200 -300 bucks) and then buy each game at (40 - 50 bucks). Then I would play it for 24 hours straight until I beat it. Then the game would sit on my shelf for a few months. What a waste of money.


Emulators

Emulators allow you to play games written for a console or other operating system on your computer. I do not provide any links to ROMs. Use your google skills.


F.E.A.R. Combat

F.E.A.R. Combat
F.E.A.R. combat is the free multiplayer portion of FEAR (First Encounter and Assault Recon) a game well known for it's graphical superiority (and it still runs quite well on older PC's) The Multiplayer portion allows you to do cool jump attack moves, fire multiple weapons and even slow down time.


Free Games


id software


Project Blackout

Project Blackout
Project Blackout is a free Multiplayer Shooter Game. The game features fast paced frenetic shooting action.


Rovio


Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory

Wolfenstein Enemy Territory
  • First Person Shooter
  • Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux
  • Free (server and client)
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a downloadable, free-to-play multiplayer game in which players wage war as Axis or Allies in team-based combat. It's a team game; you will win or fall along with your comrades. The only way to complete the objectives that lead to victory is by cooperation, with each player covering their teammates and using their class special abilities in concert with the others.
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory overview including screenshots and requirements
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory download - get the patches too
  • Punkbuster Setup - updates Punkbuster
  • Ventrilo - talk while you play
  • |ABC| clan - Allied Brotherhood Clan
  • [FBY] clan - Funboy Clan - my clan


    Enemy Territory on Ubuntu 10.04

    These are a few solutions to get sound to work within 10.04.
    Here is how I got it to work on a fresh install of 10.04.
    • wget -c http://ftp.games.skynet.be/pub/wolfenstein/et-linux-2.60.x86.run
    • wget -c http://ftp.games.skynet.be/pub/wolfenstein/et-linux-2.60-update.x86.run
    • sudo sh ./et-linux-2.60.x86.run
    • Answer the prompts but do not start the game within the installer.
    • et
    • answer questions and quit game
    • optional - cp your etkey to ~/.etwolf/etmain
    • optional - cp your etconfig.cfg to ~/.etwolf/etmain/profiles/$profile_name, where $profile_name is whatever you named yourself earlier when you launched et
    • sudo chmod 666 /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss
    • sudo vi /usr/local/bin/et
    • add after the first comment, echo "et.x86 0 0 direct" > /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss
    • http://www.evenbalance.com/index.php?page=pbsetup.php
    • pbsetup.run
    • et


    Enemy Territory on Ubuntu 10.10

    It took me all day to get sound to work even though I had it working on 10.04. 10.10 does not include OSS support. This means you have to either recompile the kernel or install someone else's kernel[1]. This is also known as the missing /dev/dsp problem.
    Tip, I had to do
    • sudo vi /usr/local/bin/et
    • Add the following lines after the first comment
      • echo "et.x86 0 0 direct" > /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss
      • echo "et.x86 0 0 disable" > /proc/asound/card0/pcm0c/oss


    Ventrilo on Ubuntu

    Use Mangler or Wine.
    • Mangler - Open Source
      • sudo vi /etc/init.d/et-sound
      • Copy and paste the following:
        • #!/bin/sh
          # Bug in Wolfenstein ET
          echo "et.x86 0 0 direct" > /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss
          echo "et.x86 0 0 disable" > /proc/asound/card0/pcm0c/oss
      • sudo chmod 666 /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss
      • sudo chmod 666 /proc/asound/card0/pcm0c/oss
      • sudo chmnod 755 /etc/init.d/et-sound
      • sudo update-rc.d et-sound defaults
      • You may have to increase the volume within mangler to 200%
    • Wine
      • Install wine and ventrilo
      • Install ventriloctrl
      • Edit the variable KEYCODE within ventriloctrl.c
      • sudo apt-get install build-essential
      • sudo apt-get install xorg-dev
      • make
      • sudo ./findkey /dev/input/event0
        • Press the key you wish to use in ventrilo. For me, I will use the n key. By default, I think it is the a key. If you press n, and see n, then you must press c to stop the program. Now you must repeat the findkey command but change the number 0 to 1. Keep increasing the number until your out put states key ## state [0-1]. Using the n key on MY keyboard, it is event4, key 49 state 0. My is capitalized because all three of the numbers may differ dependent on your own keyboard and OS setup.
      • Edit the variable EVENT_DEVICE in runctrl.sh. For me, it was /dev/input/event4
      • Edit the variable INPUT_KEY in runctrl.sh. For me it was 49.
      • sudo groupadd ventrilo
      • sudo gpasswd -a $username ventrilo
        • where $username is what you log in as
      • sudo vi /etc/udev/rules.d/10-local.rules
        • Add KERNEL=="event4", NAME="input/%k", GROUP="ventrilo", MODE="0660"
        • Replace the 4 with whatever is your event_device.
      • sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart
      • sudo chown $username /dev/input/event4<
        • where $username is what you log in as
      • sudo alsamixer
      • sudo chmod -R a+rwX /dev/snd/.
      • wine ./Ventrilo.exe
      • ./ventrilo.sh