Games that work on Linux4votes I like it
Roin says: Works fine on Slackware 14.0 64 bit with Multilib and WINE 1.5.26. Even the desktop launcher works, sound, graphics and many hours of gameplay work.
Roin says: You have to tell wine to draw the window borders by itself for the first Avernum games. It will create system windows for KDE the task bar will always pop up in front of the game. Newer parts work fine! (Slackware 14.0 64bit, Multilib, WINE 1.5.26)
Roin says: Game installs and launches, movie scenes work fine too. Controls are not detected correctly, the character will always spin around which makes the game unplayable. Tested on Slackware 14.0 64 bit with multilib and WINE 1.5.26
Roin says: First couple of hours of gameplay and sequences work since upgrading to wine 1.5.26.
Roin says: Works perfectly using Pentagram under Slackware 64 bit!
Roin says: Game works perfectly with DOSbox 0.74 on Slackware 14.0 64 bit using the delivered dosboxROC.conf. Great game on all systems!
Roin says: Classic DOS game, that works fine with DOSbox on Slackware 14.0 64 bit
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