GNOME Games App to Support Atari 2600 and Atari 7800 Titles in GNOME 3.22

Another application from the GNOME Stack is getting improvements as part of the GNOME 3.22 development cycle, GNOME Games, and a second preview build is now ready for public testing.

GNOME Games developer Adrien Plazas announced recently the release of GNOME Games 3.21.2, the second milestone towards the GNOME Games 3.22 major update of the open-source application designed for GNOME/Linux gamers who want a neat tool to organize their game libraries.

GNOME Games can also be used by gamers to browse and launch games from their library, and the new development release promises to support Atari 2600 and Atari 7800 titles, as well as to inform users when they are attempting to quit a game that can not be restored at a later time.

Among other interesting changes implemented in the GNOME Games 3.21.2 release, we can mention support for displaying icons for Nintendo DS… (read more)

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