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Yes, by using Boot Camp to install Windows on your iMac you will be able to play Windows games the same as if you were on a Windows machine. Of course it depends on which iMac you own, how much memory, graphics chipset, etc. it has as to which games will play best.

Each Windows game lists the minimum requirements for play. You can measure your machine against the requirements - same as you would if you had a Windows computer.
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