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Submitted by MMOGamer 1772d ago | article

MMOHut: Linux Compatible MMORPGs

MMOHut, "Even though free to play MMORPGs and MMO Games are growing in popularity, there are still very few MMORPGs that are compatible with Linux. Now this isn't that surprising considering only 1% of PC users have Linux installed. The best way for Linux users to play an MMORPG is install Windows, but those that don't..." (Dofus, PC, Quake Live, Regnum Online, Runescape, Savage 2: A Tortured Soul, Tibia, Vendetta Online, Wurm Online)

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