Steam is the number one video game marketplace and client for the PC market. It represents an enormous number of video games sales for the platform. It has been developed to work on numerous platforms, including Linux.
While Steam doesn’t have a native ARM client, there is a special program to get the official client running on our Raspberry Pi.
By getting Steam on the Raspberry Pi, you can install any native Linux game to your device. So if the game uses relatively low resources, you may very well be able to play it on your device. So, for example, a game like FTL should be playable on the device.
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