A couple of comments… First, you don’t need to run a Linux program to copy a Linux game, just as you don’t need to run a PC to copy a Mac disc. Second, Linux is an operating system, not a way of life. If people can make money writing Linux applications and games, it’s a good thing. Anything that increases the popularity of Linux, especially in the eyes of software publishers, is to the benefit of the Linux community. If you really want to send an anti-Microsoft message, discourage people from copying Linux games. If Linux is seen as a “safe” platform, maybe more companies will develop software for it.