Here's GNOME Games 3.30 Beta Running on the GPD Win Windows-Based Game Console
GNOME Games developer Adrien Plazas recently demoded the upcoming GNOME Games 3.30 release on his GPD Win Windows-Bbased game console.
GNOME Games is an open-source application developed as part of the popular GNOME desktop environment to let users easily browse and play their games. GNOME Games not only lets you browse your local game library, but also those you installed via Valve’s Steam game distribution platform, as well as retro games.
The upcoming GNOME Games 3.30 release will ship with a bunch of new and exciting features, including an updated and refreshed user interface for faster loading time of your games collection, support for Virtual Boy games, as well as support for axes to map to buttons in the gamepad mapping wizard.
Moreover, GNOME Games 3.30 will add the ability to set the keyboard to gamepad mapping directly from the Controllers setting page, improve the Libretro backend with support for setting .options keyfiles listing options during initial… (read more)