is this on a CD, or do you have the files on the hard drive?
well, either way, first you would need to locate the folder where the install file resides. Once you locate the folder, open up a console from within that folder. If you are using KDE, this is done by pressing F4. May be the same in other window managers, but the only one i've used is KDE. When you open the console, you will get a command prompt in the directory, like:
from there, simply type
or whatever the install filename is. may be "wine setup.exe" or "wine autorun.exe"
You just precede the name of the file you are trying to run with the word wine.
Lets assume this game installs on Windows using InstallShield. After typing in the command, you will get a window popup with the graphical InstalllShield dialog. Select whatever options onscreen, but DO NOT ALTER OR MODIFY THE INSTALLATION DIRECTORY IN ANY WAY!!!!
continue to follow the onscreen prompts until installation is complete.
Once its done, you will need to go to the directory where the game is installed and repeat the process.. Wine creates a fake C drive in a hidden folder in your home directory. Should be:
if the file name to start the game is relinquished.exe, then from that directory, type:
You may want to tweak the config file inside the wine directory to match your video card memory, and a few other things, but try the default settings first and see if it works for you.