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<application>KSame</application>, inspired by <emphasis>Same Game</emphasis>, is a simple game played for a high score. The object is to remove as many of the same pieces that are touching for the most points. Speed, the amount of pieces removed at once and the movement of the mouse over possible pieces are taken into account for the final score.
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Located in games/C/games.xml:602(para)
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Many games which are available for Windows can be run on Linux by using an emulator, such as <application>Wine</application> or <application>Cedega</application>.
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These emulators only work on <emphasis>x86</emphasis> (Intel-based) computers, and will not function on <emphasis>AMD64</emphasis> or <emphasis>PowerPC</emphasis> computers.
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Located in games/C/games.xml:616(para)
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<application>Wine</application> is free software, and is able to run several popular games, such as <application>World of Warcraft</application> and <application>Unreal Tournament</application>. For information about Wine, see <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine">the Ubuntu wiki</ulink>.
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<application>Cedega</application> is based on Wine, but is optimized for running Windows games. Cedega is commercial software and so is not free, but it is able to run more games than Wine. For information about Cedega, see <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega">the Ubuntu wiki</ulink>.
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