As we have seen, in our previous entry called "Counter Strike 1.6: The best way to play this FPS on GNU / Linux!", install a work or game program in ".AppImage format" it is usually a alternative (solution) much more useful and practical than others, when it is not included by default in the repositories of our GNU / Linux Distros.
Therefore, in said entry it was commented that, a file was obtained and used in ".AppImage format" From a Telegram channel. And although, Telegram Channels and Groups They are usually very good at fixing application and game files, the best thing so far is to be able to know which websites exist with the same functionality, that is, that they contain fun and interesting Games in «.AppImage format».
For those who are interested in exploring said commented publication called "Counter Strike 1.6: The best way to play this FPS on GNU / Linux!" You can explore this and other related ones, using the links below:
"Certainly, "Counter Strike 1.6" It is neither free nor open, but when it comes to playing with friends of today, and especially those of yesteryear, we can afford to ignore for a moment of healthy sharing, not using a free and open Game, despite of the many and excellent that there are, as we have already told in other previous related publications."
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AppImage Games: AppImage File Download Websites
What gaming .AppImage file websites currently exist?
Then we will announce 4 interesting, useful and practical websites to which anyone can easily access to search, download and install any type of program, and especially games, In the format «.AppImage format»:
This website contains a catalog of over 100 programs in the .AppImage format, and it continues to grow. AppImages programs are stand-alone applications that can be simply downloaded and run on any Linux distribution. For better and easy integration, it can be downloaded and used AppImageLauncher.
This website is technically the App Store of the Organization that created the AppImage package, that is, AppImage.org.
This website packages and distributes great Linux games as portable, self-contained packages that can (or should) work on any Linux system. It uses the AppImage package format, and some scripting magic.
Linux-Apps.com (Games AppImage)
This website has a section of Games, in many formats including AppImage. That is, it is responsible for packaging and distributing applications and large Linux games such as portable and self-contained packages that can (or should) work on any Linux system. It uses the AppImage package format, and some scripting magic.
In addition, it is part of another larger and better known called Pling, which in turn, is part of Opendesktop.org. Pling is the Store section, in which creators can publish their products and free content and obtain a small compensation each time a product is downloaded or a medium is viewed, limited to the amount of donations available for each section.
If someone else knows another interesting, useful and practical website with the same objective or functionality, we leave the name of it, in the comments of this publication.
We hope this "useful little post" about what websites exist to search and download Games in
«formato .AppImage»for that install and play easily those that we like and serve; is of great interest and utility, for the entire
«Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of
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