Tools and links for gaming on Linux

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Tools and links for gaming on Linux

Here I want to gather some useful tools and links around Linux gaming. I'll update this list with more in the future, so please let me know, if you find something!

  • Feral Interactives GameMode

    GameMode is a daemon/lib combo for Linux that allows games to request a set of optimisations be temporarily applied to the host OS.

  • SteamCMD

    The Steam Console Client or SteamCMD is a command-line version of the Steam client. Its primary use is to install and update various dedicated servers available on Steam using a command-line interface.

  • install_unity_windows_only_on_linux.md

    How to install and use Windows-only Unity games on Linux.

  • SteamDOS

    Compatibility tool to run DOS games on Steam through native Linux DOSBox version.

  • Goldberg Emulator

    Steam emulator that emulates steam online features. Lets you play games that use the steam multiplayer apis on a LAN without steam or an internet connection.

  • Linuxtrack

    Linuxtrack is a project aiming to bring head tracking to Linux and Mac.

  • Oversteer

    Steering Wheel Manager for Linux. Graphical application to configure Logitech Wheels.

  • new-lg4ff

    new-lg4ff - Experimental Logitech Force Feedback module for driving wheels

    This driver implements all possible FF effects for most Logitech wheels, except the Logitech G920 Driving Force that should already support them by hardware..

  • pyLinuxWheel

    A simple utility to configure logitech steering wheels for Linux.

  • Telemetry

    Telemetry Application for Codemasters F1 201x games.

  • FFB plugin (v2.5.4)

    Force feedback plugin for steering wheels in Euro Truck Simulator 2 & American Truck Simulator.

  • Config for FFB plugin

    Improved configuration file for the force feedback plugin for steering wheels in Euro Truck Simulator 2 & American Truck Simulator.

  • LGOGDownloader

    LGOGDownloader is unofficial downloader to GOG.com for Linux users. It uses the same API as the official GOGDownloader.

  • Comet

    Minimal GOG Galaxy compatible daemon to allow users to authorize with games that use the Galaxy service.

  • Games Nebula

    Unofficial Linux client for GOG.

  • Lutris

    Lutris is an Open Source gaming platform for Linux with support for GOG, Steam, Battle.net, Origin, Uplay and many other sources.

  • GameHub

    GameHub allows to view, download, install, run and uninstall games from supported sources (currently Steam, GOG, Humble Bundle, Humble Trove).

  • SC-Controller

    User-mode driver, mapper and GTK3 based GUI for Steam Controller, DS4 and similar controllers.

  • Vulkan Hardware Capability Viewer

    The Vulkan Hardware Capability Viewer is open source and displays the Vulkan capabilities of your GPU.

  • Optimus Manager

    This Linux program provides a solution for GPU switching on Optimus laptops (i.e laptops with a dual Nvidia/Intel GPU configuration).

  • LinVAM

    Linux Voice Activated Macro. Utilising Pocketsphinx, a lightweight voice to text engine you can specify voice commands for the tool to recognise and actions to perform.

  • mousekeys.sh

    Automate switching profiles on libratbag supported devices (gaming mice).

  • steam-autologin.sh

    This script enables you to switch between steam accounts without the need to enter credentials and a Steam Guard code everytime you try to switch accounts.

  • steam-mv

    Move Steam applications with large files to another install folder.

  • Antimicro (v2.24.1)

    Abandoned graphical program used to map keyboard buttons and mouse controls to a gamepad. Useful for playing games with no gamepad support.

  • Input over SSH

    A tool to forward game controllers and other input devices over SSH.

  • pulseeffects

    Limiter, compressor, reverberation, equalizer and auto volume effects for Pulseaudio applications.

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