How do I play Call of Duty on Maya

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waqaralvi
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How do I play Call of Duty on Maya

Post by waqaralvi » Thu May 02, 2013 2:57 am

Hello

I am new to Mint and currently I had installed Linux Mint 13 "Maya" on my CPU. I want to play COD, but it is on windows plateform, so I had installed wine emulator, but COD didnt run on my PC. Can anyone guide me to play Games on Mint? specially online games.


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Re: How do I play Call of Duty on Maya

Post by gemini89 » Thu May 02, 2013 7:02 am

I would recommend Steam, but there is also Azura and a lot of native Linux games. I´m not sure which website that´s best for finding out about Linux games, but if you google you will find several of them.
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Re: How do I play Call of Duty on Maya

Post by sloan » Fri May 10, 2013 3:52 pm

For any games available as linux native, steam is the way to go. But I've found running the windows version of steam through wine to be more trouble then it's worth.

I think it's worth investing in crossover. You can check their website to see what's supported and how well it runs to see if it's worth it for you.
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Re: How do I play Call of Duty on Maya

Post by Booman » Wed Jul 17, 2013 5:14 pm

Wine is kinda hard to use with the Terminal and all the commands.
I recommend using PlayOnLinux. Its very similar to CrossOver but its totally free!
They provide scripts that install the game for you.

I made a Guide for Call of Duty 2 with PlayOnLinux: [url=http://www.gamersonlinux.com/forum/threads/call-of-duty-2-guide.164/]Call Of Duty 2 Guide[/url]
I'm sure Call of Duty is pretty similar and I will eventually do a guide for it too.
Just post if you have any questions.
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