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It doesn't. It only requires a new install of steam if it's in a new winedrive like when you're using playonlinux. If you just read the PoL install script and install all the same winetricks in one winedrive - you don't need more than one winedrive or more than one install of steam. e.g. - I have about 5 games installed in one winedrive, and then I use ...
Try Aisleriot. It work pretty much the same as the Microsoft Solitaire and it is in Ubuntu Software Center. You can install it in command line too : sudo apt-get install aisleriot
You could search the folder of Terraria, e.g. via find $HOME -iname '*Terraria*' but: The question was answered here. My "answer" is a simple copy and paste. Please upvote @lunbokss answer. If you are playing the Steam version with an Internet connection, you can just let Steam do all that work for you by enabling cloud saving for your ...
thank you, libglut3 doesn't exist (anymore?), install freeglut3 instead... and it worked for me!
As @hg8 suggested Aisleriot is good. You can also install kpat. Open terminal and run the command: sudo apt-get install kpat Or from SC click the below link. KPatience
You can try wine: Download Fifa 13 Install wine through the terminal using sudo apt-get install wine Locate the Fifa executable and right-click it, selecting "Open With -> Wine" WineHQ reports that Fifa 13 works on Linux, so the above should set it up okay for you.
As hbdgaf says, no, it doesn't. However: Running games on Wine is a tricky business at best. It may well be the case that a setting/tweak for one game would cause problems for another. That's why it's just saner to run individual apps in different WINEPREFIXes. Even though you can set application-specific overrides in winecfg, IIRC that's for DLLs. It's ...
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