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asharin commented on 3 March 2018 at 3:05 pm UTC

I just realised....I've been lurking here for years and never I am
Been using and gaming on Linux since 1995, I still remember the sheer joy of getting the original Unreal working under an early version of Wine lol
Anyway, 43 yr old british guy here, use Linux extensively for work and play
Recently got addicted to Elder Scrolls Online again, as it's now working properly under Wine again lol, well, that and Eve online and various native Linux games!
I act as an advocate for a few apps and games for Codeweavers Crossover, and post under my real name (I know right???) in wine AppDB, mostly under the ESo section lol

KevinDunst commented on 10 May 2018 at 4:22 pm UTC

Hi, everyone! Newbie here. I'm glad to have found this great online Linux Gaming community. I'm hoping to have fun and to learn more from the other members here. Cheers!

hopeyeu commented on 11 May 2018 at 9:01 am UTC

Hi. I'm Hope and I'm an oxygen addict.

Been using Linux off and on for a few years now, typically on my second PC, and am currently developing a game that I'm hoping to release on Ubuntu.

BFG9000 commented on 25 May 2018 at 4:25 pm UTC

Hi everyone!

I've always been interested in Linux, but only recently started to use it as my main OS. I'm still learning and Wine can be a pain lol, but thanks to GOL's articles I now have a huge list of native Linux games to get in the future! Thank you for the articles and great community!

namiko commented on 8 September 2018 at 10:47 pm UTC

Huh. Didn't intro here. Well... I flame comment on articles more than forum post, so here's something new to do.

I'm Namiko (Namikoyo on Steam), love Visual Novels mainly (even before they were on Steam) but also like most games that have a good story or sexy naked times engrossing gameplay.

Linux gamer for nearly a decade now! Woo!

entropie commented on 24 January 2019 at 12:29 pm UTC

Hello, I am new around here, obviously. I use Linux for 15 years mostly as an engineer and been playing a bit with raspian and self-built laptops the last years. For about 2 years I am gaming again.

Upokupo commented on 15 March 2019 at 9:33 pm UTC

Hello, everyone!

I'm a few hours young with this website. I have recently converted several of my pc's in my home to linux. (Arch, i.e. Manjaro, Antergos, ArcoLinux). I'm loving the Arch way of doing things combined with the Deepin Desktop Environment. I love to game on PC and have emulators to run my backups and I play games on Steam as well as the the open source free games you can run (i.e. 0A.D., Battle for Wesnoth, etc...). My main machine is a Samsung Chromebook. I can't run the latest and greatest games but I can run a ton of other high quality games on it. I also use PlayOnLinux for my windows games of yesteryear. I am now 100% Windows free and loving it. It's great to see other gamers on linux. I hope to bump into some of you playing games online.

Avikarr commented on 5 May 2019 at 11:22 pm UTC

Hello everyone!
My name is Radomir and I used Linux from time to time since the release of Mandrake 8 when I was just a kid. Unfortunately I was (and I still am) too much a gamer person, so I had to stay on Windows for all this time. And the thing was, in that time when I was a kid, Linux in Polish language was almost impossible to get due to limited internet access in Poland in early 2000s.
Fortunately, recently Linux has changed sooo much if it comes to gaming, and overall usability, that I decided some time ago to format my disk with Windows completely, and use it as a storage for music on my Xubuntu (sic!). I just had to!
We came all this way for so long and finally I can say: "Yeah! Gaming on Linux is definitely a thing!".
I noticed this website around a month ago, and I'm visiting it almost everyday, so yeah, hello everyone again, and let's rock with true gaming on our beloved operating system! Greetings!

lindagriffithh commented on 17 July 2019 at 9:10 am UTC

I am the rare person who changed Linux to Windows. My name is Linda.

Rooster commented on 17 July 2019 at 10:39 am UTC

lindagriffithhI am the rare person who changed Linux to Windows. My name is Linda.

Hi Linda,

Welcome to this great community. May I ask why did you decide to change to Windows? Was it gaming related? Which distro did you use before.

Don't worry, I'm asking simply out of curiousity, everyone is welcomed here, no matter what OS you use.

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