I almost never play computer games, but what I sometimes like are classic logic games like Minesweeper or Sudoku. And I must say, the versions from GNOME (on Linux), GNOME Mines and GNOME Sudoku are really nice. Simple design, plain and focused on the game with the most important features. I have also just discovered on the GNOME Wiki that there are a number of other simple games available, like 2048, Four in a row or Chess (Chess is probably not so simple).
In my previous post about the operating systems I use, I wrote:
And although it uses the Gnome desktop, it has some custom modifications I would like to deactivate (since I started using Fedora Silverblue, I got to love the stock Gnome desktop).
I didn’t know (and I honestly didn’t searched for solutions before), but it’s possible to use Vanilla GNOME with Wayland on Ubuntu. It’s just a matter of one command: