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Crossover Games 7.1 Released

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Published on 24 July 2008 03:29 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE
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CrossOver Games for Linux was originally released back in March (CrossOver Games Preview), but the CodeWeavers team is still busy driving new features and games into both CrossOver Office and Crossover Games. The latest example of this comes with the release of CrossOver Games 7.1.

With CrossOver Games 7.1 comes plenty of game fixes and a full merge against WINE 1.0. In particular, Half-Life 2 should work again on Linux through this latest CrossOver Games release.

The CrossOver Games 7.1 release announcement from CodeWeavers can be read here. This 7.1 update is available for both Linux and Mac OS X.

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