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Why don't you ask your teacher?!? Maybe you are interested in nsnake. To install it, run the following command in terminal: sudo apt-get install nsnake After is installed, you can start to play using: nsnake (Source of the image: http://alexdantas.net/nsnake-screenshot.png)
The short answer is: No, not natively. The longer answer is: Yes you should be able to configure WINE or VMBox to be able to play any game that runs on Windows by emulating windows. You will also need to ensure your graphic drivers are updated to the best available. Edit: I didn't read the part about 'not going through WINE'
Check out the Wine Application Database, to see if the software titles that you have will run under Wine; otherwise you can use VirtualBox. Also check out how well VirtualBox supports various operating systems in its virtual machines.
To install Linux Deepin Software Center 3.0, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/deepin-sc sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install deepin-software-center Source:NoobsLab
I also had same problem. But able to get work arround with this command. sudo rm /dev/input/js0 Some games detect keyboard as joystick. So I removed it. But don't know whether it causes any problem or not. Right now I don't have any though. Happy Gaming!
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