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You're going to have to try some. If you have 3D acceleration, then you should be at least partly successful with some of the older games.

The title of your question suggests you're interested in open source games, yet the body of the questions suggests you want any games.

For open source games, just scan down the package manager - you can search for games in Yumex quite easily, try a few out, you'll probably have the most success with these, there are plenty of strategy games that can run quite happily on the simpler graphics chipsets.

For commercial games, of course, you should really try steam which is available for install from the rpmfusion.org repository. They have commercial games that you can purchase, but also (more importantly when you're unsure of the power of your hardware) plenty of free-to-play games, samplers, demos, etc. that will help you determine just how good your hardware is with these games.

You're going to have to try some. If you have 3D acceleration, then you should be at least partly successful with some of the older games.

The title of your question suggests you're interested in open source games, yet the body of the questions suggests you want any games.

For open source games, just scan down the package manager - you can search for games in Yumex quite easily, try a few out, you'll probably have the most success with these, there are plenty of strategy games that can run quite happily on the simpler graphics chipsets.

For commercial games, of course, you should really try steam which is available for install from the rpmfusion.org repository. They have commercial games that you can purchase, but also (more importantly when you're unsure of the power of your hardware) plenty of free-to-play games, samplers, demos, etc. that will help you determine just how good your hardware is with these games.games. You may find your hardware is easily up to some of the older games like HalfLife.

You're going to To find out what works the best on your computer you will have to try some. some out. If you have 3D acceleration, then you should be at least partly successful with some of the older games.

The title of your question suggests you're interested in open source games, yet the body of the questions suggests you want any games.

For open source games, just scan down the package manager - you can search for games in Yumex quite easily, try a few out, you'll probably have the most success with these, there are plenty of strategy games that can run quite happily on the simpler graphics chipsets.

For commercial games, of course, you should really try steam which is available for install from the rpmfusion.org repository. They have commercial games that you can purchase, but also (more importantly when you're unsure of the power of your hardware) plenty of free-to-play games, samplers, demos, etc. that will help you determine just how good your hardware is with these games. You may find your hardware is easily up to some of the older games like HalfLife.