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Seeing as how many people come to this forum in particular and ask about native linux games I think it would be nice to have a sticky thread with a running list of games. I seem to hear about a new game every day, and as more and more are either ported or developed the list will expand. If an admin would be so kind as to sticky this thread please (if possible).
On to the list (in no particular order). Feel free to reply with any Native games you know about that I have failed to mention. Provide links whenever possible.
OK, obviously there are hundreds if not thousands of native games out there. This list only represents the ones that I personally know about, and that I have residing on my hard drive right now. Lets grow this list as much as we can.
Fantasy strategy turn based hexgridded game!!! Battle for Wesnoth Overview (from Wesnoth page)
Battle for Wesnoth is a fantasy turn-based strategy game.
Battle for control of villages, using variety of units which have advantages and disadvantages in different types of terrains and against different types of attacks. Units gain experience and advance levels, and are carried over from one scenario to the next campaign