Sending e-mails anonymously isn't something most of us need to - or should - do. But there are times when something needs sending sans social awkwardness, or free from repercussion. Ubuntu app 'AnonMail' let's you do just that.
A selection of game titles from software publisher MumboJumbo have landed in the Ubuntu Software Center.
If slaying hordes of the walking dead whilst saving civilians from a life of flesh-eating hell sounds like a great way to spend an evening, check out unique RTS game 'Atom Zombie Smasher', which has just gone on sale in the Ubuntu Software Centre priced at a not-too-shabby $9.99.
Canonical and games publisher Introversion have teamed up to bring two hugely popular games to the Ubuntu desktop at a special price for a limited time only.
Illumination Software Creator has become the latest paid' app to land on the shelves of the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Brukkon, the fiendishly addictive puzzle game, is now available for 64bit Ubuntu users to purchase via the Ubuntu One software centre, having previously been only available to 32bit users.
A few of you have dropped us a line to point out that the Ubuntu Software Center has new 'paid' apps for sale.