How to install many native Linux games very easily

This is a fairly simple trick, but I have found that many are still not familiar with it. It is about adding the repositories Playdeb, sister project of GetDeb. These repositories store DEB packages for the latest versions of some of the most popular games. 

By adding these repositories you make sure you have the latest version of the games, as the PlayDeb repositories update much faster than those of Ubuntu. In addition, these repositories include a lot of games that are not incorporated in the official Ubuntu repositories.

To add these repositories, you only need to download and install the following package ...

Once installed, browse the project page, find the game that interests you and click the Install button. The game will install in the same way as any other program in Ubuntu.

Note: in case this project is of interest to you, I recommend that you take a look at the even more popular project GetDeb.

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  1.   Let's use Linux said

    Is seriously?
    The password is that of the system administrator. You had to specify this password when installing the system.
    Cheers! Paul.

  2.   Norbert Montes said

    what is the password