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I would love to see Gunbound on Linux. Its very similar to Worms and it is played online. A worms-like game would be a nice substitute but it wouldn't be the same because it wouldn't have the online community feeling that gunbound has.
I've tried this game on WINE and it doesn't work. According to some of the posts on their website forum many other people would like to see a Linux version of Gunbound also.
Distribution: Gentoo 2004.2: Who needs exmmpkg when you have emerge?
did you try wine20031212 with gunbound, tutwabee? i just got soldat working (to an extent) with wine20031212. now all i have to do is find that reg key i kept for backup back in my whinedows install...
War3 (although it does run fine in winex)
Roller Coaster Tycoon
Halo (yeh...like that'll happen)
Rise of Nations
HL: Blue Shift
HL: Opposing Force
um....oh yes, and half-life 2. i think thats it
Ok I must be losing it ... but I could have sworn I saw a Quake III patch for running on linux somewhere .... ID software put out a demo for linux .. so the porting is done somewhere out there already ....
But I would love to see more Flight Sim games proted to linux any and all...