- Some games are important, but one is enough.
- One or two are fine.
- Drop games.
- Most people game with emulators, consoles and in the web.
- Just have the basics, like solitaire, minesweeper, chess, etc.
- Basics are nice to pass time during installation, but not really needed.
- Drop games.
- Gamers will use Steam.
- Drop the games.
- Everybody knows how to install.
- Ship some games.
- Games make Xubuntu look friendly and less nerdy.
- Size isn't a problem.
- We don't need games.
- Not installing games makes Xubuntu look more dry and less friendly.
- Good for passing time.
- Don't drop the games.
- Games take space, but not installing them makes Xubuntu look cheap and flimsy.
- Allow a user to choose if he wants games installed during installation.
- Add launchers to install games on the menu.
- Games have a very small impact on ISO size.
- They are something familiar for new users and helps them connect and feel comfortable with Xubuntu and learn about it.
Bruno Augusto Clemente de Assis
- We need to keep one or two games.
- People still play desktop games.
- Games are good for passing time.
- Non-developers look for games.
- Some basic games are good, and helps Xubuntu not look boring.
Elizabeth K. Joseph
- Agree with other pro-default-games comments.
- Games offer simple amusement for many.
- Install 2-4 generic games, like minesweeper and solitaire.
- Add a launcher to Software Center to install more games, where they are well represented.
- Games are a good way to start the Linux adventure.
- Games makes Xubuntu feel more human-oriented.
- Users can install games if they want, but small games are supposed to be quick diversions.