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welcome to the official GOG Galaxy forum thread. Please read the below info first:


List of games supporting various GOG Galaxy features:
Cloud Saves:


Please use: and include
1. steps to reproduce the bug (if possible)
2. screenshot or movie showing the bug (if possible)
3. Galaxy Client logs (location described on mantis report page)


Please use: For feature suggestions and votes on them please try do explain how Galaxy and its users will really benefit from it.


1. For GOG games installed using installers from the last few months (so called Galaxy-compatible installers)
Click the Galaxy logo button on top of the sidebar and select "scan and import folders" - it will find all compatible games within that folder and add them to the Client.

2. For remaining GOG game INSTALLATIONS
Find the game in the Library (click on the image of the game), then click the More button and select "Manage Installation" -> "Import folder" and point the folder selector into the folder where that game is installed.

- Galaxy cannot be launched by other users on the same computer


1.2.49 (November 29, 2018)
- [Windows] Updater now requires administrator privileges to perform update of GOG Galaxy
- [Windows] Security of directories containing GOG Galaxy files has been improved
- [Windows] Updated Code Signing Certificate
- [Windows] Crash reporter has been added to Galaxy Communication Service
- Prevented several potential causes of "broken" games, where only way out was reinstalling
- [MacOS] Fixed a crash on shutdown when fatal error was shown

1.2.50 (December 13, 2018)
Changes & Improvements:
- Speed up startup time
- [MacOS] Strengthen up connection security with ClientService
- Fixed "disk access problem" when installing games, occuring mostly on fresh installation of GOG Galaxy
- Fixed a rare occurrence of a game update resulting in displaying "unknown game version"

1.2.51 (December 20, 2018)
- Improved Korean translations
- Fixed connection to notifications pusher in GOG Galaxy SDK

1.2.54 (March 14, 2019)
Changes and Improvements:
- Updated Chromium version to 71:
- Better performance
- Fixes playing Twitch videos on profiles
- Fixes playing Wistia videos
- Security fixes in the game installation process
- Security fixes in GOG Galaxy update process
- GOG Galaxy Updater should perform better under poor network conditions
- [macOS] Fixed passing multiple commandline arguments to games
- [macOS] Multiple "friend online" notifications will no longer appear when system wakes up
- Dates are now properly displayed in cloud saves conflict window

1.2.55 (April 17, 2019)
- Hotfix for unintentional opening of Facebook link after entering Forum

1.2.56 (May 06, 2019)
- [Windows] GOG Galaxy will fix the path to its internal services, if it finds it is wrong
- Updating of games' local dependencies (e.g. Dosbox) will be handled correctly
- Unexpected files in games' directories will no longer cause failure of games’ update

1.2.57 (June 12, 2019)
Changes and Improvements:
- Minor download speed optimizations
- Changes in PayPal payment flow
- Fixed rare crash occurence when reordering games' updates and installations
- GOG Galaxy will correctly reconnect to GOG services after long time of no internet connection

1.2.58 (September 13, 2019)
- Enabled hardened runtime, making our application more secure
- Implemented Apple's notarization

1.2.59 (September 23, 2019)
- [Windows] Fixed crash in Overlay affecting some games (including Fallout 3 (Radeon only) and Dragon Age: Origins)
- [Windows] Fixed issue with achievements sometimes not being saved while playing offline

1.2.60 Beta (07 October, 2019)
- Updated CEF version to 3729 (Chromium to 74)
- Security fixes
- Will no longer download updates at startup, they will be downloaded in the background, while the application is running
- [Windows] No additional UAC prompt during update

1.2.61 Beta (October 23, 2019)
- Fixed an issue where non-admin users would not be able to update to newer versions of GOG Galaxy

1.2.62 Beta (October 30, 2019)
- Fixed crashes for various games

1.2.63 (December 02, 2019)
- Updated CEF version to 3729 (Chromium to 74)
- Security fixes
- Will no longer download updates at startup, they will be downloaded in the background, while the application is running
- [Windows] No additional UAC prompt during update
Overlay [Windows]:
- Now supports games which use Vulkan API (e.g. Jupiter Hell, X4: Foundations)
- Fixes crashes for various games

1.2.64 (December 04, 2019)
- Hotfix for launching games

1.2.66 (January 23, 2020)
- Added information about GOG Galaxy 2.0 Open Beta
- Optimization related to showing download progress
- Fixed an issue where Overlay did not launch for some games that use Vulkan
- [Windows] Updated code signing certificate
- [MacOS] Crash fixes

1.2.67 (February 24, 2020)
- [Windows] GOG Galaxy will now show a warning when trying to run on non-NTFS file systems
- Improved security of the application
- Updated POCO library
- Fixes for bugs in the GOG Galaxy update process
Post edited February 24, 2020 by TheTomasz
I know this is a late reply, but for people asking how to stop forced updates to 2.0 edit your shortcut for GOG Galaxy and add /runWithoutUpdating to the end of the command, i.e. it should look like "C:\Games\GOG Galaxy\GalaxyClient.exe" /runWithoutUpdating in the target box if you installed GOG Galaxy to C:\Games. Version 1.2.66 is still working fine for me.
It is quite irritating to constantly get notices to download 2.0 beta. Beta software should not be pushed out by default. It should be an opt in, not an opt out. Leave me alone until it is out of beta. Give me a check box to opt in to beta builds and leave it unchecked by default. I don't want to run without updates because there may still be bug fixes to Galaxy 1 but I don't want to get shoved into Galaxy 2 beta either. Galaxy 1 isn't completely stable either but seems more stable than 2.
GOG Galaxy keeps going offline and refusing to "connect"

If I close it and relaunch it, it connects and behaves just fine for about 5-10 minutes before saying I'm offline again and failing to go back online.
Hi, i am an extended GOG GALAXY 2.0 + integrations tester.

On the Overview Tab this looks just ugly:

Please, on next update just to scale this would be the easiest solution for now.
Why are you making this horizontal? if you would use a vertical list view it would maybe better.

Great thanks for fixing :)
Post edited July 25, 2020 by chrissix666
Fix Galaxy!!

It is always broken. Have been for over a year now.

I will stop buying games completely, until it is fixed.

-Total number of owned games is almost always incorrect.

-"Recently added" list is full of DLC and goodies collections, and whatnot. It becomes hard to navigate.

Seems like a couple of small problems that could be fixed in a minute, yet it has been broken for over a year. You want us to use Galaxy, than freaking fix it! ...or use it yourself!
Post edited October 13, 2020 by falloutttt
It took me 5 hours to update Baldur's Gate 3 via Galaxy. Ended up with Galaxy stopped working and closed at 82%.

Fix your garbage galaxy!!!
Is there some kind of trick to getting the achievements to show up? I just started a new game for Leisure Suit Larry WDDD and I'm stuck at 0%. There are supposed to be some easy achievements at the beginning such as pressing CTRL+B and answering the "New Game" age related questions, but neither of which are having any reaction when completed.