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#26 2004-03-09 00:24:40

galen
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From: Canada
Registered: 2003-07-02
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Re: What games do you run under Linux?

zangband
nethack (falcon's Eye GUI)
ys flightsim
gltron


Off to using Peanut and Slackware, no hard feelings but I need my CD to burn, PDA and scanner to connect and arch won't do it.

[img]http://www.flightsimhq.org/images/war-is-bushit_s.jpg[/img]

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#27 2004-05-27 03:58:04

Drago
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From: Canada
Registered: 2004-01-03
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Re: What games do you run under Linux?

quake3
unreal tournament
tuxracer
about all i guess, my comp is fairly old.

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#28 2004-05-27 15:43:49

Mr Green
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Registered: 2003-12-21
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Re: What games do you run under Linux?

Supertux rocks....


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#29 2004-05-28 21:18:34

aCoder
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From: Medina, OH
Registered: 2004-03-07
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Re: What games do you run under Linux?

Native:
Neverwinter Nights
Quake 3
Unreal Tournament 2004
Savage: Battle for Newerth
FROZEN BUBBLE!!!

Not WineX, VmWare:
Warcraft II
Wow, that seems like a waste, but I think I'm doing some work in it as well...


If you develop an ear for sounds that are musical it is like developing an ego. You begin to refuse sounds that are not musical and that way cut yourself off from a good deal of experience.
  - John Cage

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#30 2004-05-29 23:07:50

tmadhavan
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From: Wales :D
Registered: 2004-03-26
Posts: 441

Re: What games do you run under Linux?

Just thought, seeing as most of you probably play UT2004, there's an excellent mod available, WWII (Allies/Axis) called Red Orchestra, well worth trying out. Also I'm waiting for Frag Ops to be released for UT2004, some sort of CS game (though I doubt they'd thank me for saying that!).

Main reason I bought the game was because of all the amazing mods coming out!

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#31 2004-05-30 20:26:28

Neje
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Registered: 2004-05-03
Posts: 26

Re: What games do you run under Linux?

noarch wrote:

Did anybody tried a sports game?

Yeah, I know you said that months ago ;-)

But, does foobillard count as a sports game? It's actually very good, does multiple game types (8-ball/9-ball pool, carambol and snooker), although the AI player is, erm, narrow-minded. And training mode can get pretty funky once there are no balls left on the table. You'll see what I mean ;-)

And I also like to play frozen-bubble, cube http://wouter.fov120.com/cube/, ut2003 (a store sold it cheaply when ut2004 was released), and liquidwar when I can persuade some friends to play with me ;-) I got a bit tired of lbreakout2.
I'd also play digger (www.digger.org) if I could get it working again.

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