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A simple GOG client for Linux

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  • I'm thinking of changing over to Linux exclusively for a gaming exclusive set up. Is this sensible or should I remain on Windows?
    HeroicGamesLauncher / MiniGalaxy: Launcher alternative for the EpicGamesLauncher / GoG. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Wine, Winetricks, Wineglass
    There are plenty of ways to use GoG on Linux. You could download offline installers of games and run them with Lutris. In fact, Lutris seems to have it's own GoG integration (I haven't tried this though). Otherwise e.g. Minigalaxy exists. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • GOG-Client MiniGalaxy
    I am new to Bodhi-Linux and I would like to know if there is a way to install the Gog client MiniGalaxy ( in Bodhi-Linux. I couldn't find it in the package management and I'm not very familiar with compiling it myself. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Heroic Games Launcher is now on Flathub!
    As someone who already uses MiniGalaxy, is there any benefit of also using Heroic Launcher? It appears the two install games differently, as Heroic cannot detect MG's installed games. My primary purpose is simply an installer which I can link via Steam for Steam Input (for my steam controller primarily, but also so I remember to play my darn games). Source: over 2 years ago
  • @GOG: "There's no official GOG support for SteamDeck. But since the device has an open architecture, as we understand, you can install Windows and as such also run GOG games."
    Fair enough, I don't use gog so I didn't know that but how about minigalaxy it lists updating games as one of the features Source: over 2 years ago
  • So, if you buy on GOG... it's over?
    I do like minigalaxy though, granted it doesn't have all the same features but just being able to install and update without hassle is nice. Source: over 2 years ago

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