Stable versions are released when new features are implemented and working without known issues.
Stable versions usually do not contain most recent features and improvements.
Development versions contain new features and improvements, but may be less stable.
GameHub is available in Pop!_OS repositories. Install it from Pop!_Shop or use terminal:
sudo apt install com.github.tkashkin.gamehub
Use Ubuntu instructions to get latest development releases.
Install debian package or use PPA:
# install if `add-apt-repository` is not available sudo apt install --no-install-recommends software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tkashkin/gamehub sudo apt update sudo apt install com.github.tkashkin.gamehub
GameHub in AUR: gamehub-git, gamehub
GameHub in fedora repositories: gamehub
See detailed installation instructions. Packages for other distros are discussed here.
GameHub allows to view, download, install, run and uninstall games from supported sources.
GameHub supports non-native games as well as native games for Linux.
It supports multiple compatibility layers for non-native games:
It also allows to add custom emulators.
GameHub supports WineWrap — a set of preconfigured wrappers for supported games.
GameHub supports multiple game sources and services:
Locally installed games can also be added to GameHub.
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.
GameHub supports toggleable filesystem overlays.
It allows to install, uninstall, enable and disable DLCs or mods without replacing game files at any time.
Each overlay is stored separately and does not affect other overlays.
All changes to the game files are stored in a separate directory and are easy to revert.