GNOME Games 3.18: A New App To Organize Your Linux Games
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 21 October 2015 at 08:11 AM EDT. 19 Comments
GNOME --
There's a new GNOME application called Games -- not to be confused with the few GNOME games out there like Sudoku and Solitaire. GNOME Games is not a game itself but intended as a tool for managing your game library.

GNOME Games is trying to be a consistent way to access all your games on a Linux system whether they be games installed by Steam, games installed from your package manager, video game console ROMs, web-based games, and other gaming formats. For some games -- like those supporting the Libretro API -- it then tries to offer a bit of integration for managing the game.


GNOME Games just did its first preview release, which they are labeling v3.18. You can find out more about this new GNOME application via this blog post>

Do you have problems managing/finding your games on Linux? Do you think GNOME Games is really useful? Let us know what you think by commenting in the forums.
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