Another game that has shown up in the CDR database and is listed for Linux is Dystopia. The game uses the Source engine and as it is a mod, you have to have Half-Life 2 installed to play it. The fact you need Half-Life 2 is interesting due to the fact it has not yet been ported to Linux.
Dystopia is a multi-player team based shooter which puts the player in a comb ination of virtual real world and cyberspace situations. The windows and Mac versions are free on steam.
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