The ones that are released.
Here's looking at you, Epic.
Neverwinter Nights (+ SoU and HotU)
Also lots of other smaller arcade games.
Sauerbraten, Warsow, Alien Arena and World of Padman also look nice, but I currently don't play them much.
In order of most played
1. Savage 1
3. Urban Terror
4. World of Padman
6. Battle for Wesnoth
7. Quake 4
8. Savage 2
9. Unreal Tournament 2004
10. Enemy Territory:Quake Wars
Others on occasion and Wine with some simple Windows games for the kids.
All a little sedate but this is work machine
True Combat Elite
If a company cares about the game running in Wine, they don't care about the game running on Linux (wee, paradox!). Wine is way too volatile for the type of gaurantee developers/publishers would give, so those that would say "Wine is good enough" really doesn't care if Wine runs it or not.
Originally Posted by Thetargos
Being officially supported by something like Cedega or CrossOver (where game compatibility is gauranteed for certain titles) would be something else, but then, with the work needed to get it working properly and get an official gaurantee of continued compatibility.. may as well just make a native Linux port at that point (especially if you have the hard part done with porting to GL+AL/whatever with an OSX port).
Quake 3 (keeping people entertained until the end of time)
UT2004 (keeping the competition)
Penumbra 1/2 (keeping people urine free)
ETQW (keeping the graphics level up)
Savage 2 (keeping people pissed off)
Penny Arcade EP. 1 (keeping people laughing)
Err, Penumbra has native versions of both games, or did you buy the Windows version before migrating to Linux?
Originally Posted by cyrex