[Novalug] Games question
brian.steisslinger at gmail.com
Mon Nov 20 07:02:49 EST 2006
It looks like Riven works fine however only the masterpeice edition of Myst
appears to work.
I recommend going to the following site for more info.
On 11/20/06, Paul M. <paul at gpmidi.net> wrote:
> Wine and Cegda (www.transgaming.com) will let you play most games.
> Wine is more of a general propose windows emulater. Cegda is a
> commercial version that is optimized for gaming. I usually use Cegda
> to play World of Warcraft. Frame rates are actually slightly better
> than windows. With either one there is usually some tinkering required
> to get the game working.
> On 11/20/06, Charles M Howe <cmhowe at patriot.net> wrote:
> > List,
> > I am a fanatical Linux user. A chief reason is that I am never tempted
> > to pay for software and advice. (NOT a guru. There is good reason for me
> > to sign myself as Charlie the Perpetual Newbie on occasion.) I achieve
> > this by avoiding Windows in all versions if I possibly can.
> > But there is one thing I would like: the ability to play Myst and Riven.
> > It is true, isn't it, that there is no way of installing and playing
> > either Myst or Riven, isn't it? Or is there some way of doing so without
> > installing some version of Windows that I don't know about?
> > Charlie
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