what are some games i can play on linux? how i download/get the games is unimportant just so long as they are native i hate using wine
Then don't post a multiplayer game in the OP, nerd.
In that case you're sort of fucked. Look through Steam and the Humble Store I guess. There's lots of stuff there singleplayer and multiplayer.
Use PlayOnLinux to get games running in WINE without hassle.
And Brogue isn't multiplayer, faggot.
linax is garbage
Metro: Last Light
Football Manager 2014
Serious Sam 3: BFE
Team Fortress 2
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero
Amnesia: The Dark Descent
World of Goo
Day of Defeat
And Yet It Moves
Wargame: European Escalation
Crusader Kings II
Europa Universalis IV
Natural Selection 2
Kerbal Space Program
Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Don't kid yourself, playing offline with bots isn't a singleplayer experience.
Xonotic is a fork/the continuation of the original Nexuiz after it was dropped, if anyone cares to try them go with Xonotic.
Spring RTS / Zero-K.
Somehow people almost never mention these despite it being the most developed RTS on Linux... and one of the best in general.
>Metro: Last Light
It's very good.
>Football Manager 2014
>Serious Sam 3: BFE
A ton of fun.
Great but should be played with a friend next to you, local co-op game.
>Team Fortress 2
>Counter-Strike: Condition Zero
Least played CS game.
Great but a lot more casuul than 1.6.
>Amnesia: The Dark Descent
>World of Goo
The original indie hit.
One of the best indie games EA ever made.
The best FPS ever made
>Day of Defeat
Practically dead, sadly.
A puzzle game.
A puzzle game.
Splashed in a few, I recommend wellies before playing/
>And Yet It Moves
VVVVVV but not made in MS Paint.
>Wargame: European Escalation
I preferred the movie.
A ton of fun, bring friends.
A ton of fun, bring friends.
>Crusader Kings II
I sold my mom to the French and then she died.
>Europa Universalis IV
>Natural Selection 2
Fun, bring friends.
>Kerbal Space Program
Hard as fuck but fun.
>Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45
RO2 is much better, still a great online shooter.
>XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Fucking excellent game.
You ought to use wine, otherwise you have a really limited set to choose from. Some games run on wine pretty well, you can look up on wine's database.
Anyway, these games run silky smooth on wine, on my Pentium 4 1 GB RAM PC (so you can imagine they'll run at full settings on yours)
>Unreal Tournament 1998 (fun game)
>Warcraft 3 (you probably have played this one)
>Age of empires, all games
>Minecraft (the .jar file, not .exe, ofc)
>Manhunt (fun game if you are the patient kind)
>zoo tycoon 2
there are a bunch of indieshit steam games if you hate freedom, OP.
>playing offline with bots isn't a singleplayer experience.
says you, playing ctf_face with max bots was actually fun
There are a LOT of games on Linux now.
Look at that, Metro: Last Light
That's a fucking AAA game.
and don't forget to read the warning from your distro about the license. It starts out something like:
This package comes with a fairly substantial non-free license agreement that must be accepted before installing the software.
I'm pretty sure it also eats babies, kicks dogs, and sends money to companies that support non-free software.
Yes they released support for OSX & Linux recently.
Guys there are 563 games on steam right now that you can play on Linux natively, +emulation, +open source games, +wine, +tons of small games.
Well over 1000 titles, at least 200-300 are worth playing and the list is growing.
I dunno, just wait for it to be in a bundle. Pirating is dead, you can pay like a $1 for most games through bundles and you can make a ton of change selling items and shit on steam market.
Go do achievements on playfire, make like $20 in a few weeks.
Not to mention a bazillion giveaways and free keys for steam in recent months which make you money back through cards.
I've funded my entire 400 games on steam through reselling shit, and it doesn't even take much time, list and forget.
Play DOTA2, CS:GO, TF2, $5-$10 a month for future game sales with no effort.
I'd really like to get into the rewards thing one of these days, especially since I'm getting vacations from work and the uni so it's perfect time to catch up with the gaming on Linux, I've played almost no games since I switched two years ago, even on Windows I was playing very little mostly due to programming and watching stuff.
>what are some games i can play on linux?
>games on linux
dude, try playonlinux or check if steam has any linux game ports you like.
You don't have alot of options though.
There's a reason people still use windows.
You can play a fair share of them (specially older ones) through Wine.
You can play about 500 steam games.
You can play quite a few decent twitch shooters. And then you have, of course, emulation. Though I only see updated builds of RetroArch for Windows, I need to ask if anyone here knows if there's updated builds on Linux as well. Including shaders of course.
Any luck running League of Legos? It's basically the only video game I play.
Follow this guide >>42900625
or the one you can find on a popular lol forum thread.
It actually works, the only downside is that you need to reinstall the lol patcher thing and redo texture patch every fucking update, which translates like every 20 days.
The Witcher 2 and XCOM just got ported over. Those are incredible single player experiences. Witcher 3 is coming as well.
A bunch of point and click adventures are compatible too (Broken Sword, Deponia etc) but that's a niche thing. You're probably a AAA GAMES ONRY BAWW guy.
How to avoid the toxicity:
>Play with friends
>Mute the opponents if they start being offensive
>Avoid pointless discussions regarding which game is superior
>Enjoy a great and complex game