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Hi everyone, i just discovered the most cool Super Mario clone "Super Tux" and having a blast with it! So i figured i'd start a thread on good Linux games ...
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    Know any good Linux games???


    Hi everyone, i just discovered the most cool Super Mario clone "Super Tux" and having a blast with it! So i figured i'd start a thread on good Linux games since so many people name Games as the reason for booting Windows. Maybe you can share your fave Linux games you know about.

    I wonder what other cool games i don't know about
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    All the native Linux games I have ever tried are half asses horseshit. I play UT2004 and GTA on my Linux...

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    Quake3 & Doom3

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    i just managed to install america's army on my thinkpad, and it seems to run decently, and with an ATI card no less.
    Sure, its all propaganda, but its free, and there is a native linux version of it, so I decided to give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachtib
    i just managed to install america's army on my thinkpad, and it seems to run decently, and with an ATI card no less.
    Sure, its all propaganda, but its free, and there is a native linux version of it, so I decided to give it a try
    yep, Im gonna try it now (im not even american, a games a game)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slip
    All the native Linux games I have ever tried are half asses horseshit. I play UT2004 and GTA on my Linux...
    even Tux racer?
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    that Stone game is pritty crazzy... its addictive...

    unreal tornament... great fun...
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    **Moved to Gaming section

    and the best native game ever.. Angband.
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slip
    All the native Linux games I have ever tried are half asses horseshit. I play UT2004 and GTA on my Linux...
    GTA? Do you have a Cedega subscription or something?

    Anyhoo, Unreal Tournament 2K4 runs like a dream for me, I also got Hitman 2 to work (not native, btw), I love that game. Quake is native I know, but I have yet to play Quake - is it any good?
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    ive just recently gotten back into pc gaming, and my goal is to show up to a LAN party by the end of the summer with a linux box running every game they are running
    on a related note, if I am running a game on linux, native or via wine/x will i be able to play against people using the windows versions of those games?

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