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Presumably you can, yes. As far as me, I personally play a game called Nexus TK: Kingdom of the Winds over Cedega. http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/...p?articleid=45 ^ A script to download and install ...
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    Presumably you can, yes.

    As far as me, I personally play a game called Nexus TK: Kingdom of the Winds over Cedega.

    http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/...p?articleid=45

    ^ A script to download and install the CVS version of Cedega


    As far as native games go, Wesnoth is pretty well made. However, the greatest Linux game of all time is Frozen Bubble. There is no competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan
    However, the greatest Linux game of all time is Frozen Bubble. There is no competition.
    amen

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    frozen-bubble
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    knights is a good chess game.

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    MMMMMMMM chessss

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    1. Battle for Wesnoth
    2. Frozen Bubble
    3. Pingus
    4. Battle or Survival

    I'm really into games, and I do dual boot because of AoE2 and Rise of Nations, but I was quite impressed with the games I have listed above.

    I don't care about graphics as much as I care about the gameplay, and both wesnoth, and BoS provide that.
    Pingus is really cool to look at plus it has some new commands that lemmings never had. The only downside is that it's not complete.
    Frozen Bubble is just VERY addictive.
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    Tuxracer is so cool!

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    Not a linux only game per se, but an addictive and original RPG none the less.

    www.eternal-lands.com

    It has an open source client and a great community.

    Take a look

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    I don't play games any more, but sometimes I like to try Tux Racer
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    I don't share Slip's opinion on native Linux games. Some of my favorites (commercial and non-commercial) are as follows:

    1. Frozen-Bubble
    2. Doom 3 (also Doom and Doom 2)
    3. Neverwinter Nights
    4. Quake 1, 2, 3
    5. UT/UT2003/UT2004
    6. NingPo Mahjongg
    7. MarbleBlast Gold

    My current labor of love is trying to get Worms 2 to run via Cedega, but so far that has been futile at best. Oh well, that's why I keep my dual-boot.
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