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For a long time, one of the main reasons Linux was not popular compared to Windows was the lack of supported games and the difficulty of playing them, but that’s long gone. Nowadays, there are a number of Linux distributions specifically designed for games, and Ubuntu GamePack is one of the best. It has ensured the smooth running of 85,842+ games, which can be developed for Linux, Windows, MS-DOS, and various video game consoles.