Play Windows Games on Linux
Linux Journal Gadget Guy Shawn Powers walks you through how to play Windows games on Linux.
Some of the links Shawn mentioned in the video: Cedega http://www.cedega.com Crossover Games (cxgames) http://www.codeweavers.com Wine (Wine Is Not an Emulator) http://www.winehq.org Wine Doors http://www.wine-doors.org Wine Doors is an open source Linux application designed to help install a wide variety of Windows software using Wine. While it didn't always work as expected, the interface and ease of use makes it worth checking out! Play On Linux http://www.playonlinux.com Play on Linux, while still free, takes a slightly different approach, and creates a "hard drive" for each game you install. It automates the setup process, and like Wine Doors, installs Windows applications on Linux. IEs 4 Linux http://www.tatanka.com.br IEs 4 Linux isn't really a game installer at all. If all you desire, however, is to have a version of Internet Explorer running in Linux (for proprietary websites, code testing, or just plain masochism), it makes the process VERY easy.