Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute a wide range of games and related media entirely over the internet, stretching from one-man independent efforts to some of...
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.
itch.io gives you the ability to design a page where people can download games you have uploaded. You can optionally put a minimum price on your game (which can be 0), giving people the opportunity to pay you what they think you deserve. All files and images are hosted on itch.
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Green Man Gaming is a global, multiplatform online videogame store. It has a multi-platform catalogue of over 6,600 games and its community platform, integrated with the online store, offers a forum for gamers to connect with each other, in-depth game stats, latest news and updat.
G2A is an online marketplace (akin to eBay) for video games on a wide variety of platforms such as Steam, uPlay, Origin, Xbox and PlayStation. Both G2A and community members sell a wide variety of games on G2A, at prices which tend to be significantly less then standard prices.
- 29 alternatives to GameFly Digital Download Client
Access to a large, and growing, library of purchasable games as well as hundreds of free-to-play games for GameFly subscribers under "Unlimited PC Play"
We want to give REAL indie developers a chance to show their work. It seems the definition of indie game developer has... changed over the last few years. Today, we see guys with big offices, several published games (some even by Sony or Nintendo) and ten, twenty employees call...Discontinued
no longer updating new games since 2014
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.Discontinued
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.2.20, released on October 2009, can be still downloaded from Launchpad.