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I'm pretty sure wine works in OSX also since it is unix based.
Under OSX you have to use Darwine. Programs that work under wine don't necessarily work under Darwine.
Most games work in WINE as long as you do not slap in some worthless crap like game guard on top of it.
I wouldn't go so far as to say "most," and even many of the ones that do work, don't work perfectly. My gaming time is limited, so I have to be picky about which games I buy. I apply a lot of different criteria, so "native Linux executables" is far from the only factor I consider, but it's a big one. For me to go to the trouble of running a game under wine, it has to be something I really want to play, whereas I might buy a game that seems only moderately interesting if it has a native Linux version. In one case, there was a game I wanted to play so badly that, when it wouldn't run properly under wine, I set up Windows XP on VirtualBox just so I could play it: Arcanum (I'm a huge sucker for steampunk).