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Mobile Operating SystemMobile Operating System - Mobile Operating System for several types of mobile devices. There are many out there (Android, LiMo, Windows Mobile, Symbian, RIM), and there is a raise of the open source ones. Check some games compatible to each of them.



NetBSD is a Unix/Linux like operating system. As FreeBSD, is a Berkley Software Distribution (BSD). It's hard to find info about games for this OS, but Tucows has one...


Net BSD is a free, secure, and highly portable Unix-like Open Source operating system available for many platforms, from large-scale server systems to powerful desktop systems to handheld and embedded devices.

NetBSD is a fork of the 386/BSD branch of the Berkley Software Distribution (or BSD) operating system. Net BSD is most notable for it's wide number of ports, NetBSD can run on many different computer architectures available.

One of its biggest emphases is on security and as such its developers prefer to solve security problems outright rather than hacking in a fix like some other projects. This allows for a stronger, more robust operating system.

Latest releases of this Operating System can be found here.

BSD Games 2.16

Summary
This is a collection of most of the games from NetBSD-Current. Console based, these games are extremely entertaining and are found on most UNIX machines throughout the world.

Among the classics are Tetris-BSD, Trek, Adventure, Wargames, Fortune and many other entertaining diversions. It's a great stress reliever.

A list of the games included, among a brief description can be found at Linux Questions

This collection of NetBSD Games is published by SunSite

Platform/OS: Console / X11

Size: 2.44 MB

Download Links:
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The most relevant links we could find, placed here free

The NetBSD Project - More info and updates on this open source operating system based on Linux and compatible with many architecture, including handheld devices. www.netbsd.org

Linux Questions - More about Net BSD operating system. wiki.linuxquestions.org

BSD Games - A community site for BSD gamers. www.bsdgames.com

Wikipedia - More info about this BSD operating system. en.wikipedia.org

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Net BSD Logo

If you know about any more resources for NetBSD games or about games for this BSD operating system, please let us know

One of the primary focuses of the NetBSD project has been to make the base OS highly portable. This has resulted in Net BSD being ported to a large number of hardware platforms. NetBSD is also interoperable, implementing many standard APIs and network protocols, and emulating many other systems' ABIs. Net BSD is distributed in three forms: formal releases, maintenance branches, and NetBSD-current.

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Net BSD Screenshot

Formal releases are done periodically and include well-tested binaries, source code, and installation tools. Maintenance branches usually provide bug and security fixes and minor enhancements. NetBSD-current is a nightly distribution of the latest development sources, meant for people who want the absolute latest software, and don't mind an occasional bug.

NetBSD has been ported to a large number of 32- and 64-bit architectures, from VAX minicomputers to Pocket PC PDAs. The Net BSD motto is "Of course it runs NetBSD." As of 2007, Net BSD supports 54+ hardware platforms (comprising around 17 different processor architectures). Although the Linux 2.6 kernel includes support for more processor architectures, NetBSD supports more platforms than any single Linux distribution. The kernel and userland for these platforms are all built from a central unified source-code tree managed by CVS. Currently, unlike other kernels such as µClinux, the NetBSD kernel requires the presence of an MMU in any given target architecture.