Redhat Package Manager
Comes in a RPM package. Other distros beside Redhat/Fedora can use theses packages also.
Alternate name: RPM
The first video game about Redhat Package Manager was released in 1993.
RPM is actually part of the Linux Standard Base (LSB). LSB is that part of Linux that is not supposed to change for every distro. Technically, DEB packages are not LSB. Any distro that does not use RPM is actually not 100% LSB. However, the alien application can convert RPM to DEB and in a round about way, this fulfills the LSB standard (but only due purely to a technicality).