Collection of games for linux. Most are static linked using uclibc/tinyX11 so should run on most flavors of linux - past, present and maybe future...
OpenTTD is an open source clone of the Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", a popular game originally written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features.
Eduke32 enables you to play the clasic Duke Nukem 3D on Linux. Removed the build-in GTK2-launcher.
"LsdlDoom is a port of Doom, the original 3D shoot'em'up game. It is based on LxDoom, and includes all of its features such as network and joystick support, as well as some new ones. Its goal is to support all platforms SDL supports, and is currently tested on Linux and Windows. It has merged with PrBoom and LxDoom, which added things like OpenGL and other advanced features, that is available at prboom.sourceforge.net. The original version of LsdlDoom is still available if you just want doom, and dont need the fancy stuff." [from http://freecode.com/projects/lsdldoom]
FreeCraft is a free cross-platform real-time strategy gaming engine. You will need the datafiles installed before you can actually play the game. Extract the content of the fcmp-1.18.20030311-archive into folder /usr/share/games/freecraft and symlink directory data to default (ln -s data default).
The game is playable including sounds and music and with support for CD-music and support for mp3 & ogg sound formate. Use the "Audiotools" to convert sound files to mp3/ogg to reduce size on disk.
If you have the original Warcraft2 you can use "Wartools" to extract the original graphics and sounds and use them instead of the fcmp-graphics. Example of the resulting data files here [NB: by downloading this file you agree that you have a valid license for Warcraft2 yourself].
xsoldier is a X11 shoot-em up game for Linux.
dosbox is an x86/DOS emulator with sound/graphics. Enables you to run native dos programs under linux - exelent for old dos games.