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Thread: What Linux Games Are Most Important To You?

  1. #111
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    I play a lot of Warsow, Wine (for Diablo 2) and KNetWalk...

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    My favourite Games are:

    Shooters:
    ET:Quakewars
    Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
    Nexuiz
    Sauerbraten
    Waržow
    UT99

    Racing/Sports:
    Torcs
    TileRacer
    Supertuxkart ( )
    Wheels of War (An ET:QW Mod)
    Bolzplatz/Slam Soccer 2006 sometimes
    Racer (racer.nl)

    Misc:
    Savage 1/2
    Penumbra
    Battle for Wesnoth
    Warzone2100
    Planeshift

    Some others, i dont play that much:
    Glest
    Vegastrike
    Vdrift
    Wormux
    ioquake
    openarena
    World of Padman
    Rig of Rods ( )

    hope i could help.

    so far.

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    Here is my list of games:

    Battle for Wesnoth (is there any real alternative to this masterpiece in gaming?)
    ETQW
    UT2004
    Ankh 2
    ksudoku
    zsnes (some of the good oldschool rpg games on the snes...)
    scummvm (who could live without games like sam&max and monkey island?!?)
    neverball (really seldom)
    marble blast (very seldom, too, but a great game)

    I do *not* use wine for gaming. I either want native games, or I tend to completely ignore them. Yes, I would love to have some games like the Civ series and Overlord as native linux version but until those are available, nothing for me...

  4. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by Extreme Coder View Post
    In addition to playing quite a few games in WINE, I play:

    - Regnum Online - best native MMORPG for Linux so far, surprised nobody here plays it.. You should do an article on it Michael
    - Urban Terror - Much better than CS for me
    - RTCW and W:ET - for the Woflenstein fan in me :P
    - Teeworlds - Quite the fun little online game, also surprised no one here plays it..
    - Savage 1 - Who can go for long without this one? :P I really want to buy the second part, but money issues prevent me from doing so..

    I guess thats it.. I will post again if I find something I missed :P
    I agree about Regnum Online... it is a fun MMO that I wish I had more time to play. I need to log back in and see how my character is doing .

  5. #115
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    Well, I use wine for a lot of games.
    Then of course the id-batch. Quake3/4/ET:QW and Doom3.
    Postal!!
    And emulators are also important (Dosbox!!), and of course source ports of old games. Including stuff like Duke3D, Doom1/2, Wolfenstein3D, RotT, AlephOne and Descent.

  6. #116
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    I am playing half of my spare time Quake Wars. The other half I spent with Wine: Tabula Rasa, Lord of the Rings Online, Diablo. However, for most of my games I need Windows

  7. #117
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    Cool

    I played a few native ports on linux:
    • Alpha Centauri + Crossfire
    • Unreal Tournament 2004
    • Cold War
    • Myth 2
    • ScummVM
    • Gorky 17
    • Mindrover
    • Quake 1,2,3
    • Homeworld (using open source engine)
    • Wolfenstein:ET (played online)

    These are open source games:
    • Battle of Wesnoth
    • Sauerbraten
    • Warsow
    • Scorched Earth 3D

    Only few games I managed to get working over a LAN are Warsow, Quake series and UT 2004. Otherwise most of the others are good games. If DO I LAN or even play games, I will probably use Windows anyway. I don't like Wine. I must mention that I'm not as much of a gamer these days though...
    Last edited by b15hop; 09-03-2008 at 11:54 AM. Reason: PS: Edit because I found some games I've bought and played, but not necessarily finished.

  8. #118
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    Settlers of Catan (which technically is Java, but still an addicting board game turned video game)
    Battle for Wesnoth
    Doom 3

  9. #119
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    I must also mention that some of those games do run a little better in Linux than in windows. Only marginally though... I can still see huge room for improvement.

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    hi,

    ut2004
    doom3
    quake4
    nwn 1
    still waiting for ut3 :-(

    and MANY other games with cedega + wine .

    Christian

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