The game Launcher library is provided by default, and all the games use this library for communication, operation, and configuration. They are a collection of libraries that can be used by any game engine or game project. The goal of the Game Launcher libraries is to make it easy for developers to add functionality that works across all platforms and devices.
Game Launcher libraries are the most popular among Linux gamers because they are easy to use and have a great selection of games. They also have support for many different types of gaming libraries like Steam, GOG Galaxy, uPlay, and Uplay. Lutris can be used to install games from multiple sources. It supports games that use Wine or DOSBox in addition to native Linux games. It also has support for downloading DLCs and mods for games, as well as installing them automatically after the main game is installed. The interface is simple enough that anyone can use it without any problems. Playnite supports installing games from multiple sources in addition to managing your game library by adding screenshots, tracking achievements, and more. A few of the most popular open source Game Launcher libraries for developers are