42 of the Best Linux Commercial Games has put together a list of 42 Best Linux Commercial Games. The selection they have chosen covers a wide range of different game genres, so hopefully there will be something there that will interest all. For each game they have compiled its own portal page, providing screenshots of the game in action, a full description of the game, with an in-depth analysis of the features of the game, together with links to relevant resources and reviews.

To be eligible for inclusion in this list each game needed to be:
- Released under a proprietary license with a fee required either to purchase the game, or a monthly charge
- Not require Wine to run. Wine is a compatibility layer for running Windows software

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crazy250003832d ago

I might buy some of these. I didn't know about some of them being native to Linux.

Thanks for the article! (=

player9113831d ago

Native to linux just means it was written specifically for linux and doesn't use any type of Windows Wrapper (wine) to run.

Using WINE you can pretty much run any game or app with very little frame per second difference. I use ubuntu and WINE is truely amazing. With WINE installed, there is NO reason anyone can't easily switch to linux.

Native linux games are a plus though. It just shows how far games have come and how far Linux as a serious contender for future desktops.