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The Story of XBill

Hilarious game that is available in universe/games, I found about it while reading the Ubuntu Certified Professional manual, actually first I thought by xbill package they are referring to personal billing management package that runs under X but hey! it's a fantastic game that managed to draw my attention from studying into playing and making HIGH scores.

Yet again, the fate of the world rests in your hands! An evil computer hacker, known only by his handle Bill, has created the ultimate c omputer viruts. A virus so powerful that it has the power to transmute an ordinary computer into a toaster oven. (oooh!) Bill has cloned himself into a billion-jillion micro-Bills. Their sole purpose is to deliver the nefarious virus, which has been cleverly diguised as a popular operating system.
As System Administrator/Extreminator, your job is to keep Bill from succeeding at his task

This game is fun and reminds me of Ubuntu Bug #1, argh!! (or shall I say xargs ? ) back to the manual...
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  1. Jad’s thoughts » Jad’s thoughts - Look Back 2004January 11, 2006 at 8:02 PM

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  2. I can remind me playing it already on my 486 Machine on Redhat 4,5 or whatever it was but nice game. Did u play Bill or did he win?


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