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3 Ways to Play Windows Games on Linux

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If you are a hardcore gamer who dual boots to Windows solely for the purpose of playing games, there are some nice ways in which you could stop yourself from hitting that dreaded reboot button.

Here are 3 ways to play those coveted Windows game right from your Linux desktop:

1. Wine

Wine is a free and open-source software that lets users run various kinds of Windows applications on Unix-like operating systems. Many users, including some developers often mistake Wine for an emulator. That however, is a longstanding myth within the software community. In fact, Wine stands for 'Wine is not an emulator', thus repudiating any such hollow accusations from the skeptics.

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