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Linux gaming made easy

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Several commercial games have been ported to Linux, including Quake 4, and there are many open-source games that ship with various distributions or can be downloaded. However, you may find yourself gritting your teeth and dual-booting back into Windows occasionally to play the latest commercial releases or feed your World of Warcraft addiction.

If that’s the case, and you don’t mind splashing out with a little cash, you can put a stop to the dual-booting and run your games in Linux by using Transgaming Technologies’ Cedega.

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