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It does with Transgaming's cedega, I think you would be able to get it working with the free CVS, but you'll need a No-CD patch, since the CVS version of Cedega does not have the copy protection code in it (AFAIK) as well as the InstallShield environment.
how about ragnarok online, im a cafe operator, and im starting to use linux, how can i run this game in linux, like ragnarok online, gunz online, gunbound, hope i can have solution with this sooner it is demanding to the costumers
I'd have to go with Warcraft II, & Diablo II as my primary picks.
I also like a lot of the Sim-variations such as SIM-Theme Park, or Trailer Park Tycoon.
Redneck Rampage was always a fun one back in the Win95/98 days.
Actually any of the older DOS games would be great, since many of them will only half-way function on Win ME & XP. (Actually that was one of the initial drivers for my dislike of Windows.)
Originally posted by johnsonspratin how about ragnarok online, im a cafe operator, and im starting to use linux, how can i run this game in linux, like ragnarok online, gunz online, gunbound, hope i can have solution with this sooner it is demanding to the costumers
Have you tried wine and/or cedega? See if you can get those games to run with it.
I got World of Warcraft to work with cedega, so no more Windows for me ever. Even at work they let me use Suse on my laptop. I would still like to see Blizzard enter the Linux world. I think they had to have collaborated with Transgaming to some extent for the game to work so well under Cedega *pure speculation*. All their games should have native linux clients though. They have no reason to be worried about the support. All they have to do is look at websites like this one to see why. And as for people who say that no company has a reason to port their games to Linux, they're full of crap. I won't buy any game unless it is compatible with Linux (cedega/winex compatibility is acceptable but not preferred). Money is all that matters to a big company. If they see that there is a market for Linux users who are willing to pay, then they'll port the games. If they don't, then don't buy their games.