Alternatives to Nvidia Grid for all platforms with any license

  • Evolve icon

    Evolve

    Evolve is a desktop app and community for serious gamers. It makes it easy to cast your games on Twitch, share captured screenshots and videos on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, and show off your achievements and playtime. It...

    Freemium Windows Web / Cloud

    • NVidia GRID is a service to play streamed games. Evolve is a service to watch and stream games played by others. Guest • Jun 2015 Disagree   Agree
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    Lutris

    Lutris is an open gaming platform for Linux. It helps you install and manage your games in a unified interface. Our goal is to support every game which runs on Linux, from native to Windows games (via Wine) to emulators and browser...

    Open Source Linux

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    GameTracker

    GameTracker is your one-stop social network for gamers with game server stats, website plugins, and game server banners. From current scores to historical player data and worldwide game server ranking, Game Tracker records detailed...

    Free Mac Windows Web / Cloud

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    DJL

    Djl is an open-source (GPL licensed) game manager written in Python 2.5 for the GNU/Linux Operating Systems. It is inspired by Valves Steam software for Windows.

    Open Source Linux

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    • Discontinued The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.2.20, released on October 2009, can be still downloaded from Launchpad.
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    Playfire

    Playfire is the global community for gamers. Get a killer profile, track news & discussion for your favorite games, and follow your friends progress in games.

    Free Windows Web / Cloud

  • Moonlight Game Streaming icon

    Moonlight Game Streaming

    Moonlight allows you to stream your collection of games from your GameStream-compatible PC to any supported device and play them remotely. Moonlight is perfect for gameplay on the go without sacrificing the graphics quality of your...

    Open Source Windows Android iPhone iPad

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    ShinyLoot

    ShinyLoot is an independently developed web-based, game distribution service. The store combines hybrid DRM-free downloads with Steam keys, search filters with over 180 individual game features, equal PC/Mac/Linux support, and an...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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    FireFlower Games

    FireFlower Games sells DRM-free games for Windows, Linux and Mac for direct download. We focus on indie games and our aim is to bring you games that are entertaining, nice-looking and innovative with a touch of sci-fi. We strive to...

    Free Web / Cloud

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    DotEmu

    DotEmu offers DRM-free classic PC games like Raptor, Moto Racer, Gobliiins, Broken Sword, Commandos and more classic retro games for cheap. Most games are offered in multi-language flavor, which makes them a great GoG alternative.

    Commercial Windows

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  • Get Games icon

    Get Games

    Buy and download quality PC games at great prices, with fast downloads and no subscriptions.

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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    • Discontinued Get Games is Discontinued. Very little recent activity.
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    Remotr

    Remotr is the best way to stream any computer games directly to your Android phone or tablet, anywhere, any time. With Remotr you can access and play your PC games on your Android mobile device for free, enjoying the same...

    Free Personal Windows Android iPhone Windows RT Android Tablet iPad

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    GamingAnywhere

    GamingAnywhere is an open-source clouding gaming platform. In addition to its openness, we design GamingAnywhere for high extensibility, portability, and reconfigurability. GamingAnywhere currently supports Windows and Linux, and can...

    Open Source Windows Linux Android

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    Playstation Now

    Streaming Games With the freedom of game streaming you can play select PS3 games with no downloads, patches, installs or trips to the store required, giving you the freedom to game whenever the opportunity arises. Expanding...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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    Otoy

    OTOY moves everything to the cloud. Computer applications, operating systems, video games, High Definition media content - all available, on demand, over the internet.

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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  • Kainy icon

    Kainy

    Kainy is a remote desktop oriented for gaming and performance. Stream your games from your PC into your Phone/Tablet. Why Use Kainy? - Play your PC Games Everywhere (Wifi/3G/4G) - Easy to Setup, to Install and to Play!!! -...

    Freemium Windows Android

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    GamesPlanet

    Gamesplanet is a subscription based site where you play a monthly fee to access their growing library of PC games and growing around 6 games per month You can download as many of them as you like and as long as your subscription is...

    Commercial Windows Web / Cloud

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    StreamMyGame

    Thousands of members and who stream games between their PCs, notebooks, netbooks and Linux devices. Remotely play games at home and over broadband (beta). Record games to HD video, add web-cam overlays and upload to YouTube. Meet...

    Freemium Windows Linux Web / Cloud

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  • Gaikai icon

    Gaikai

    Gaikai is a company which provides technology for the streaming of high-end video games. Its technology has multiple applications, including in-home streaming over a local wired or wireless network (as in Remote Play between the...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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