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Winepak : A new tool for Linux gamers
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Nov 2018, 22:43    Post subject:  Winepak : A new tool for Linux gamers
Subject description: based on Wine and Flatpak
 

A Winepak is a universal Linux package that contains everything needed to run a Windows program. These packages have Wine (a compatibility layer that translates Windows code to run on other operating systems,) as well as the Windows program itself, and anything the application needs for it to run.

Winepak is a new project, so there isn’t a whole lot of software to choose from. Here’s a list of all the different Winepaks that users can install through Gnome Software, KDE Discover or a terminal.

Games now available as Winepak :

Path of Exile
World of Warcraft
World of Tanks
StarCraft 2
League of Legends
Source : https://www.addictivetips.com/?p=292675
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