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Re: game task flamewar

On Tue, 4 Feb 2003 20:55:18 -0500,
Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> wrote:
> In case my criteria arn't clear, I am looking for games with mostly
> reasonable system requirements, good gameplay, good replayability, good
> sound and graphics where appropriate, and for a wide range of games that
> hit most of the major genres (with a game close to a true classic in
> that genre when we have a good copy available), as well as games that
> are fairly unique.
I know most people will sell their soul for an eyecandy[1], so I wrote
under the assumption that sound and graphics are everything.  If I had
known this, I would have not mentioned chromium (I don't like it).

chromium was the second of the Best Free Linux Arcade Game category of
the 2002 Happypenguin Awards, tying lbreakout2.  Of course, the first was

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