Yes, it is actively developed, AFAIK. I'll let this Fedora forums user know that the site's news are quite dated.
lots of games!
Neverwinter Nights. I've been playing it on and off since release day.
Audiosurf (pre-fm patch).
Lucasarts back cat'... playing Fate of Atlantis and starting Sam n' Max... I love scummvm.
Might have to get a gamepad/joystick and see if Kilrathi Saga will fire up and obviously, it goes without saying, throw Vega Strike and Privateer remake on at the same time
I agree with the sentiments a few posts back, it's not the FOSS engines which are lacking, it's a lack of artists, modellers and texture people that seem to make FOSS games 'lacking'.
Linux Gaming FTW
Favorite Games (natively or not):
Half Life Series (Wine)
Unreal Tournament - All (Native/Wine)
Nexuiz and Enemy Territory are the 2 games I've spent a lot of time playing on Linux.
Oh, and supertux, too.
Nexuiz needs to work on the character animation. 3/4 of the time it looks like they are "skating" and feels like your shooting at cardboard cutouts.
Originally Posted by sloggerKhan
Native game is Quake Wars.
Through Wine/Cedega Prey was the best I've played.
Best opensource games
oh and Frozen bubble
Quake has already native ports, Unreal Tournament (since UT99 and up to 2004) have native ports. I wish there were native ports of all Blizzard games, but that is only wishful thinking.
Originally Posted by sonoman
Warsow!!!! Sure, I suck at it, but what the hell, it's fun. Second comes Nexuiz.