Yes I know what you are going to say, Linux platform is not friendly for Gamers ? Although it is partially true,but in recent years the Penguin operating system has been moving much closer to the games.
An example is Supreme SuperGamer,a Linux distro based on Vector Linux ( based on Slackware) is optimised for a gaming computer environment.
SuperGamer is a games oriented Linux desktop operating system,which has all the normal Linux desktop applications such as the Firefox Browser, OpenOffice.org, etc., but also has a great many native to Linux games added, as well as some demos of proprietary games.
Mored Deatails of SuperGame Distro:
This OS has 220.127.116.11 kernel, which will work on both 32 and 64 bit PCs. It includes support for ethernet, wireless, and dialup Internet connections. It can run in “Live” mode directly from the DVD and can be optionally installed to your hard drive.
Some Imporatnt softwares Included are Azureus, limewire, Gimp, K9copy, KOffice, OpenOffice 3, Hardinfo (system profiler and benchmark) along with all the plugins for firefox with forcastbar enhanced, adblock, and blockxxx.
Games Included in this Distro are:
Penumbra Black Plague
On-DiskSoldier Of Fortune
Frets On Fire