On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 10:23:24 -0400, dosman staggered into the Black Sun
and said:
> is there any good games for linux


Define "good" first. What kind of games do you want to play?
First-person shooters like Quake 3, Unreal Tournament 2003, or Return to
Castle Wolfenstein? Arcade classics (from Space Invaders to King of
Fighters '00) like everything you can play with Xmame? NES, SNES,
Genesis, Gameboy, Gameboy Advance games that are available for the many
emulators? MMORPGs like Neverwinter Nights? Old-school text adventures
like Enchanter, Zork, and Planetfall that are supported by the "frotz"
interpreter? 2D card and "falling objects" games like Python Solitaire
and the many Tetris/Bejeweled clones that are on your distro CDs? Give
us something to work with, and you'll get better answers.

> i mean games made by companeys like eidos activison stuff like that


AFAIK, Eidos and Activision have never released any games for Linux.
ICBW. See the above paragraph and get more specific about what it is
you want. Note that every game I mentioned in the above paragraph is
available for Linux. HTH,

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