I don't understand your question... what is broken? You aren't meant to "view" .exe files, and even especially so when they are running. I have no experience with your Windows games, so I don't know if I can help you beyond what I told you. You will find your Wine files in your home/.wine/ folder as I described.How do I fix that?
Well, maybe we have some confusion about what it means to "view" an executable file (.exe). With a text file, when you "view" it... you "open it and examine the contents." In Linux, a text file can be executable, such as a shell script file. But a binary executable, such as a Windows .exe file, would just look like many pages of gibberish in a text editor. However, the .exe file can be viewed with a special editor that's made for this, often called a "hex editor." These binary files can be modified, but you are more likely to break them so that they don't run at all, or give errors if they do run. Some programs may be "cracked" in this way, and maybe that's what Wizard was thinking.No, just wanting to view a file.