Today is May 4th, which means it's also Star Wars day so here's a look at what Star Wars games are possible to play on Linux plus a quick run over the sales to pick up some discounted pew-pew fun.
Like many of you, I enjoy Star Wars and plenty of the games are playable on Linux officially or otherwise. Back in 2015, game porter/publisher Aspyr Media revamped Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords for all platforms and gave it a Linux version too. This re-release came with updated resolution support, Steam Workshop and more and it's good fun. You can pick up Knights of the Old Republic II with Linux support from Humble Store ans Steam with 65% off right now.
For some of the other classics games, DRM-free game store GOG packaged up a few of them officially with DOSBox for Linux to make it easy to play. These include STAR WARS: Dark Forces (65% off), STAR WARS: TIE Fighter Special Edition (66% off), STAR WARS: X-Wing Special Edition (66% off) and Star Wars: Rebel Assault 1 + 2.
But wait! Even more are playable. Jedi Academy (and somewhat Jedi Outcast) have an open source game with with OpenJK which supports both single and multiplayer for Jedi Academy so you can have a lot of fun there. It needs the game assets though so you can grab Jedi Academy on GOG / Steam / Humble and Jedi Outcast on GOG / Steam / Humble with all stores having both about 65/66% off.
There's a ton of other games that don't have Linux builds but thankfully you can play the vast majority with DOSBox, Wine and Steam Play's Proton compatibility layer. This includes the classic and much loved Star Wars: Battlefront 2 on Steam which was one of the first titles on the Steam Play Proton whitelist.
If you want to go right to the sales, here's the direct links: