@utf8equalsX It's based in WINE, but extends it in some ways. It's more comparable to PlayOnLinux.
itch.io seems a bit too indie for me. None of the games I like and just searched for are on it.
If I'm gonna play proprietary games, I might as well do it in a proprietary client.
And Steam has done a lot for Linux gaming lately. We Linux gamers wouldn't be where we are without it.
@utf8equalsX For people who want to play proprietary games but don't want to run a proprietary client with built-in DRM to play them, I'd recommend the Humble Store. They have a massive selection of really good games and you can download them DRM-free if their developer / publisher allows it.
Or GOG if you are more of a retro gamer.
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