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I use Linux 99% of the time, and Windows XP 1% of the time when I just have to play a game made for Windows XP. If the games were installed on Linux, I would play the games a LOT more often. It's really just too much of a pain to boot Windows when I am already working in Linux and want a break.
My favorite games are: the HalfLife series, Portal, and BioShock.
When/If Valve/Steam come to Linux I'll be in Heaven.
I doubt I'll ever buy a game for Windows again (or buy another Windows OS for that matter), but would definitely pay retail $ for a game that works natively in Linux.
I really feel enjoy to play linux games.Bubble Snooker is my favourite game.I also enjoy to play MahJong and Bubble Shooter.
I would like to know from you guys which game you like the most?
>Bubble Snooker is my favourite game
Mobile Bubble Snooker works on GNU/Linux via wine (tested 09-13-09). I agree that all games should be ported in native form to GNU/Linux, but at least you can play the game in wine in the meantime.
Seems like an addictive game. Reminds me of Frozen-Bubble or MonkeyBubble, both of which are available in the Linux repositories. Have you tried those games?