Eight affordable games from Ubuntu Software Center

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Players will find some diamonds in the rough in the Software Center. However, some of the titles will keep you glued to the screen for hours or even days. The Software Center has something for everybody: Adventure fans will be happy with Broken Sword and Dear Esther, jump-and-run nuts will enjoy Capsized and Gravi, puzzle fans can grab Edge, and motorsports fans can race with Motorbike or RC Mini Racers. l

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