Yes. But avoid installing .deb packages if possible; issue a request in New Package Requests instead.
Transgaming doesn't really like that:
Note that while the licenses under which the code is released do permit non-commercial redistribution of precompiled public-CVS versions of the software, Transgaming strongly discourages this, openly warning that the license of TG-copyrighted sections of code will be changed if they feel abuse is occurring or otherwise threatened. Transgaming similarly discourages source-based distributions like Gentoo Linux from creating automated tools to let people build their own version of Cedega from the public CVS.
The dependencies listed are: x11, wget, python 2.3 (or later), gtk2, glade 2, python gtk2 bindings, python dbus bindings. Some of those may already be covered on a VL system
Most of them are except glade. Glade is probably going to be a royal pain in the butt though...