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runs in wine? i have to try it then...is it maybe possible to import a campaign (save game)? i have a save file on my d: (/dev/hda8) disk...it's a couple of files with w3p and w3z extensions...can i paste them and use them when playing war3 with wine?
Yes Nechos, its possible. I recommend useing WineX for Warcraft3 though, not sure if the regular wine runs it. I get 100% perfect performance out of that game every bit as fast as my friends that run it on Windows.
Yes we need more flight sims, especially combat ones, sports games etc.
In fact, feel free to mail or e-mail the vendors yourself, just be polite (unless its Macromedia...) and state that you're a Linux user. Numbers are hard for them to come by and only a few companies have the balls to take this step (Bioware, Illwinter and ID to name a few) and most are actually quite happy .