what kinda windows games have been ported naticvly for linux
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Distribution: K/Ubuntu 12.04/14.04, Scientific Linux 6.3/6.4, Android-x86, Pretty much all distros at one point...
Follow this link for a list of games and just do a search for the commercial titles,... then follow the links they provide to get the linux binaries (if they are available, some Linux ports require you to purchase the Linux version).
Mind the game can be too difficult to play online for new players cuz last time i checked Tribes2 only had hardcore tribers left playing. Probably steepest learning curve, unless uve played Tribes 1, another fine classic that
Yeah the port for Doom 3 runs quite nice on linux The only bad thing is that you can't use any of the build in editors through linux As a note our Doom 3 Coop Mod at http://lms.d3files.com also does have linux support so it is there if you want to get a few more miles out of Doom 3 I definitely wish there were more games though that had native ports as I hate having any excuse to load up windows again, gross.