There are plenty of old games that were compiled for Linux - particularly in Loki times around 2000.

Let's see whether they can be played on a modern distribution, and how many compatibility layers are required.

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    • juliogonzalezgil
      almost 3 years ago by juliogonzalezgil | Reply

      Need any help? Do you have a list of games you want to test/are already tested?

      I have at least RTCW (Wolfenstein) and Simcity3000 to test (for this one I have instructions that worked for Debian 64 bits around 6 years ago).

    • juliogonzalezgil
      almost 3 years ago by juliogonzalezgil | Reply

      SC3000 Unlimited working again and tested at both openSUSE 42.3 and Debian Sid: https://github.com/juliogonzalez/sc3u-linux

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