what kinda windows games have been ported naticvly for linux
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i just got the unreal .run installer works great
wondering what other games have been ported
and where i might find links
i checked happy penguin but i didn't see anything i could download
Also checkout the various Bit Torrents. I know it is not buying the game, but some are just no longer available. The best luck I had getting Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri was the torrent. Loki games is no longer running. And to try to buy it, a guy wanted 200.00 dollars US, for just the disk. Soooooo off to the torrents.
Does it have to be 2003? I mean 2004 is a revamped, improved and overall better implementation of the UE 2.0 than UT2003 ever was... Granted UT2003 seemed to have "bigger" characters and a way cooler introduction than UT2K4 (IMO)