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Hello, im Max this is my first Instructable so, im gonna show you how to play windows games WITHOUT wine on linux (ubuntu).

Step 1: Download Playonlinux

You can Manually install it on :http://www.playonlinux.com/en/

or you can search playonlinux  in your software center. 

Step 2: Set the Games Up

Heres what you got:

Step 3: Install Games That You Like

Then choose a game:

Step 4: Make the Game Work

follow the steps that the programm shows you and finish the process.

Restart the programm and chose the game then go on the sign left of the green cross and your game must work.
<p>but would it break SteamOS?</p>
Interesting article bit, Over 100 games for the native linux desktop. <a href="http://www.cahilig.net/2011/07/29/100-best-free-and-high-quality-linux-games#">http://www.cahilig.net/2011/07/29/100-best-free-and-high-quality-linux-games#</a>
Xbill is of course the greatest computer game ever made and it is a native Linux program.<br> <br> <a href="http://i.imgur.com/A1UKK.jpg" rel="nofollow">http://i.imgur.com/A1UKK.jpg</a><br> <br> My goal is to someday slap Bill all the way to level 21. Lately I've been playing a lot of mines and KMahjongg though.<br> <br> I play Quake on Linux. I hear Quake was developed on Linux then ported to Windows. I use the Darkplaces engine.<br> <br> Your link begins to work then starts trying to load some crap from lh5.googleusercontent.com and falls flat on its face for me here.<br> <br> Oh well, I've enough Linux game to play here to keep me happy.
PlayOnLinux is only a frontend to wine...

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