Supreme SuperGamer is a freely distributed operating system derived from the VectorLinux distribution, which in turn is based off of Slackware. It is designed as a collection of open source games for hardcore Linux gamers.
It’s distributed a a dual-layer, dual-arch Live DVD
Apparently, Supreme SuperGamer is the world’s first Linux kernel-based operating system that is distributed as a dual-layer Live DVD ISO image of approximately 8.5GB in size. It is a dual-arch ISO that can be used on both 32-bit and 64-bit computers.
Uses Xfce for the graphical session
The OS is built around the lightweight Xfce desktop environment, which has been highly tweaked and comprises of a top panel that acts as a taskbar and a bottom dock (application launcher) from where you can quickly launch your favorite games.
Contains a plethora of open source games
The Supreme SuperGamer operating system contains a plethora of open source games, for all ages and all genres. Among somg of the most popular ones we can mention Quake Wars, Doom 3, Prey, Unreal Tournament, Quake 4, Savage 2, Postal 2, Enemy Territory, Penumbra Black Plague, Sauerbraten and Urban Terror.
Additionally, the Soldier Of Fortune, Torcs, Tremulous, Alien Arena, True Combat, America's Army, Nexus, OpenArena, PlaneShift, Drop Team, Frets On Fire, Chromium B.S.U., Mad Bomber, X-Moto, BZFlag, Mega Mario, Glaxium, GL-117, NeverBall, NeverPutt, Super Tux and PPRacer games are also included.
Features a great set of desktop applications
In addition to the aforementioned games, the Supreme SuperGamer distribution features a great set of desktop applications, such as the Mozilla Firefox web browser, Azureus/Vuze BitTorrent client, GParted partition editor, LimeWire file sharing tool, GIMP image editor, K9copy DVd-Video ripper and converter, KOffice and OpenOffice.org office suites, as well as Hardinfo system profiler and benchmark.