I’m a Linux-Gargoyle user. Thus far, Gargoyle is proving itself worthy, opening the most demanding of games without an issue, so I don’t count on using anything else.
On the other hand, I miss a collection manager, and a way to see the embedded covers. Gargoyle does none of the two, to my knowledge. Are such features planned? Is there a way to combine Gargoyle with a collection manager that works on Linux?
You might have a look at Grotesque. And there’s also a blorb thumbnailer for Gnome.
I don’t have any plans for a full-featured game browser as part of Gargoyle.
I mainly use KDE, so the second one is out. If Grotesque is able to call Gargoyle, then that’s what I’m looking for. I’ll try to install it. Thanks.
So, I’ve installed Grotesque. At this moment it doesn’t show the covers, but it works well as a collection manager. Maybe that’s in the development map.
In the meanwhile, I’ll just steal the covers from IFDB.
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