@EclecticEclipse Uncharted Water II: New horizon, it's a Japanese game. You can download it on Internet and need emulator to run it.
Does dwarf fortress count?
@wuwei yes? although I'm always hesitant to try and pick up dwarf fortress. It eats far too much of my life xD.
I agree fully, it's a hobby on its own
In the spirit of chocolate-Doom, there's a duke3d source port that runs natively eduke3d
Openttd is from 2004, and still developped. Does it count?
@EclecticEclipse How about Quake?
Does it count if the game came out in 2002… but also is still kind of coming out, and just won a Game of the Year award?
(disclaimer: I haven't run Open Morrowind or played Morrowind on Linux, but have spent a lot of time with the game over the years)
Here are some classics from that period that are on sale on GOG.com and have open-source engine offerings:
The Curse of Monkey Island (classic funny point-and-click adventure, ScummVM)
Theme Hospital (tongue-in-cheek management sim, http://corsixth.com/)
Arx Fatalis (would have been Ultima Underworld 3 if they could get the rights, Arx Libertatis)
You can extract the data files using either the newest version of https://constexpr.org/innoextract/ or using Wine.
@EclecticEclipse If you like MMOs, I recently got back into playing city of heroes on the homecoming servers. It's been a total blast.
It's free and should be easy to get running under wine. (I used 32-bit wine)
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