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GameRoom - All your PC games in a one place

GameRoom - All your PC games in a one place

GameRoom - All your PC games in a one place

GameRoom - All your PC games in a one place

 

Steam, Origin, Uplay and GOG. Don't you wish that your games were all in the one place? Now your prayers have been answered thanks to GameRoom, the new Windows Application that will allow you to import and launch all of your favourite games from a single location. 

GameRoom will automatically import all of your games from Steam, Origin, Uplay, GOG and Battle.net, as well as allow gamers to manually add their own games from other applications and even disk based games. 

 

  GameRoom - All your PC games in a one place

 

Right now GameRoon is in alpha, with version 0.0.0.5 currently available to the public. You can download the current Beta version of GameRoom here.

 

You can join the discussion on GameRoom on the OC3D Forums.

   

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15-09-2016, 13:59:43

Greenback
would you not still have to launch steam ect to launch the games, if so then it seems a bit pointless, just more clutter on the HDDQuote

15-09-2016, 14:56:37

Daiyus
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
would you not still have to launch steam ect to launch the games, if so then it seems a bit pointless, just more clutter on the HDD
It depends. I have over forty games installed right now. I couldn't have an icon on my desktop for every single one. Right now I use ObjectDock to have all my games in one easy to browse place. Sounds like GameRoom is trying to do a similar thing. I think I'm going to give it a go.Quote

15-09-2016, 14:59:36

IrishNexus
How come these posts never have a link to the subject? Especially new or obscure things like GameRoom, which doesn't even show up when you google it (A piece of Microsoft software for the Xbox 360 from 2010 showed up with the same name)Quote

15-09-2016, 15:14:19

Daiyus
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Originally Posted by IrishNexus View Post
How come these posts never have a link to the subject? Especially new or obscure things like GameRoom, which doesn't even show up when you google it (A piece of Microsoft software for the Xbox 360 from 2010 showed up with the same name)
https://gameroom.meQuote

15-09-2016, 15:57:08

Fob
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