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    Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Hello all,

    I was wondering if anyone knew of some MMOs that are native to linux, preferably free.

    Not SecondLife.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Have you tried planeshift? It might be worth looking at. Last I tried playing it(a year or so ago), it was still a little rough, but seems to be developing fast.
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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Looks okay.

    Hopefully it has a good number of players.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    How well does WoW run under WINE, or Cedega?

    I have bought Cedega, and was wondering which it would run better in.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    wow runs great in wine. It can run as well as it does in windows. Your going to have to tweak it a little bit, but once you get everything up and running, its worth it.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by Naegling23 View Post
    wow runs great in wine. It can run as well as it does in windows. Your going to have to tweak it a little bit, but once you get everything up and running, its worth it.
    Alright, cool.
    Know of a good guide?

    I started playing WoW a few days ago, I was hoping I wouldn't get addicted.


    Too late.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Here's a nice list:

    http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/MMORPG_Games

    Regnum is one of my personal favorites, tho I havn't had alot of time to play it due to life/work.

    WoW runs really well in Wine, though I hear Cedega has it's own perks for WoW as it makes some of the adjustment for you to make gameplay a little easier. As well as offering support, but if you tire of cedega and just wanna go for it with wine to play WoW. The Wine Application Database (or the 2.01 version which hasn't been updated to include all the info here) has about all the info you would ever need to get it up and running properly.

    Also remember reality exists, it's easy to forget in WoW. I myself escaped after over a year of playing lol honestly.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Eternal Lands is also nice.

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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    Tibia is one of my favor though I don't play much MMO games (I have a bad habit to get way to addictive to such games :-/ )
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    Re: Decent MMO's native for Linux?

    i reaaally dont see what people see in mmo games, i play WoW for about 2 weeks on a friends pc and i just got bored,
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