Update! StarCraft has been ported to ARM:
- Reddit discussion
- Hacker News discussion
- Geek.com article
- Download: http://repo.openpandora.org/?page=detail&app=package.starcraft
So, I've unaccepted the best answer, and the question stands as is.
I often meet with friends and if not more than one computer is available, we take take turns playing games. Instead, would we be able to use a Raspberry Pi with an additional monitor/keyboard/mouse to play against each other, or play on Battle.net together? If so, how would I configure this?
Minimum System Requirements from (http://gamesystemrequirements.com/):
- CPU: Pentium 90 MHz or higher
- RAM: 16 MB RAM
- VGA: DirectX-Compatible SVGA Video Card (DirectX-compatible)
- OS: Windows 95/98/NT
- HDD: 80 MB
- Sound: DirectX-compatible sound card for audio
- Network: Multiplayer System Requirements:
- 14.4Kbps Modem or Null Modem Cable
- IPX network or Battle.net (requires low-latency connection with support for 32-bit applications)
- Recommended peripherals: Microsoft-Compatible Keyboard, Mouse
Keep in mind that the game can be installed from a USB flash drive or downloaded.