Supports: Steam, GOG, Humble Bundle, Humble Trove, Wine and RetroArch
- Free • Open Source
- Game Library Manager
- Compatibility Layer Tool
What is GameHub?
Unified library for all your games. Features
GameHub allows to view, download, install, run and uninstall games from supported sources. Games
GameHub supports non-native games as well as native games for Linux.
It supports multiple compatibility layers for non-native games:
Wine / Proton DOSBox RetroArch ScummVM
It also allows to add custom emulators.
GameHub supports WineWrap — a set of preconfigured wrappers for supported games. Game sources
GameHub supports multiple game sources and services:
Steam GOG Humble Bundle Humble Trove
Locally installed games can also be added to GameHub. Collection
GameHub makes storing and managing your DRM-free game collection easier.
Download installers, DLCs and bonus content and GameHub will save your downloads according to settings.
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Comments and Reviews
Said about GameHub as an alternative
It does give-or-take all what Lutris can do, and it's available both on Flathub and as an AppImage which makes it real easy to install on elementary os and any other Linux system.
GameHub is available an AppImage and Flatpak, that makes it easier to use on some distros.
IMO, it's faster than Lutris
- Game Library Manager
GameHub is like Lutris; it can help you to (un) install your games from multiple sources, it supports multiple compatibility layers from proton to scummvm etc. The key differences are the UIs and the fact that GameHub is available in both AppImage and flatpak formats which makes it extremely easy and risky-free to install in almost any Linux system.
Simple to use game launcher that helps using your whole collection from itch.io, steam, gog, humble bundle, retroarch, scummvm and local games in one place.
Allows for quick tweaks (Proton/Wine) that may help with running some specific games, have "overlays" for non-destructive mod installing, etc.
There is non-critical bugs, some itch.io games have trouble running (but you can add them as local games manually), app sometimes crashes on trying to open game properties on Wayland etc. , but nothing that makes it unusable