Core & Services


  • Google Play Games

    Free Android Chrome OS Android Tablet Website

    Games get more fun with the Google Play Games app. Compete with friends, track your achievements and pick up wherever you left off, on any of your devices. As you master more games across Google Play, show off your skills in your all-new Game Profile. And whether you love puzzles, racing, sports or action games, you can explore and choose from thousands of great games from right within the app. Play the world, anywhere in the world, all from one place.

     

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  • Humble Bundle

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... Android Tablet Website

    Buy a bundle of games, you decide the price, and support charity in the process.

    Each game is normally DRM-free and runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux!

     

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  • Origin

    Free Mac Windows Web Website

    Origin is your new digital playground. It’s where you go to find the best that EA has to offer.

     

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  • Ubisoft Connect

    Free Windows Website

    Ubisoft Connect (before Uplay) is Ubisoft's PC games portal, where you can find all your games on PC.

     

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  • itch.io

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... Android Tablet Website

    An online game marketplace and community. Also an app which manages downloading and updating of games acquired through the website.

     

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  • GOG.com

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Software as a Service (SaaS) Website

    GOG.com (Good Old Games) sells classic PC games through their download service at a low price, without DRM, and updated to run on the latest versions of Windows and other systems.

     

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  • Playnite

    Free Windows Website

    Video game library manager and launcher with support for 3rd party libraries like Steam, GOG, Origin and Uplay, providing one unified interface for your games.

     

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  • Epic Games Store

    Free Mac Windows Web Website

    The Epic Games store is now open, featuring games from other developers. Epic's goal is to bring you great games, and to give game developers a better deal: they receive 88% of the money you spend, versus only 70% elsewhere. This helps developers succeed and make more of the games you love.

    The first games on the store are Hades by Supergiant Games, Ashen by Annapurna/A44, and Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek by tinyBuild, and they’re available now!

    Hades is the rogue-like dungeon crawler from the creators of Bastion and Transistor. It is available in early access, with updates to come every month until full release later in 2019.
    Ashen is an action RPG about a wanderer in search of a home. You can forge relationships in the game, inviting other players to join your camp - they might just help you succeed.

    Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek is the prequel to Hello Neighbor.

    The store will also feature one free game every two weeks throughout 2019. Epic is funding these free releases so you always have something new to come and check out. The first free game will be Subnautica, available from Dec 14th to Dec 27th, followed by Super Meat Boy from Dec 28th to Jan 10th.

    The Epic Games store will be growing throughout 2019 and beyond, as it opens up more widely to other games.

     

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  • Steam

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad SteamOS Website

    Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation.

     

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