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* [https://www.minetest.net/ Minetest] - minetest -- An Inspired Minecraft game
 
* [https://www.minetest.net/ Minetest] - minetest -- An Inspired Minecraft game
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenTTD OpenTTD] - openttd -- A business simulation game
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenTTD OpenTTD] - openttd -- A business simulation game
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* [https://www.nethack.org NetHack] - Rogue-like dungeon crawler
 
* [http://www.xonotic.org/ Xonotic] - xonotic -- A FPS arena game
 
* [http://www.xonotic.org/ Xonotic] - xonotic -- A FPS arena game
  

Revision as of 12:44, 28 June 2019

Gaming on Alpine is a thing.

Installing games

sudo apk add micro-tetris

Permissions

To make sure your account is in the games group. You could do.

sudo gpasswd -a name games

Log off then relog back on.

List of games available on Alpine Linux

  • AdvanceMAME - advancemame -- Arcade Simulator
  • Frotz - frotz -- Z machine (Infocom interactive fiction) Interpreter
  • FlightGear - flightgear -- Flight Simulator
  • GNU Chess - gnuchess -- Play chess against the computer
  • Micro Tetris - micro-tetris -- Uses ANSI escape sequences and can fit in embedded devices
  • Minetest - minetest -- An Inspired Minecraft game
  • OpenTTD - openttd -- A business simulation game
  • NetHack - Rogue-like dungeon crawler
  • Xonotic - xonotic -- A FPS arena game

Game related software

  • Wine - wine -- It is typically used to play Windows games - You may need to chroot/multiboot as 32-bit Alpine to use 32 bit Windows games. If you use x86_64, you can only run 64 bit Windows programs.
  • OBS Studio - obs-studio -- It is used to live stream a gaming session