can filter for Linux versions.
They don't seem to be able to filter for DRM-freeness (though, if you know a game is only available with DRM, they can filter for "DRM = Steamworks") but you can limit the effects of that by filtering
for the seven stores they track that, whether or not they actually have Linux content currently, are most likely to offer DRM-free versions.
(And the waitlist feature lets you set store filters on a per-game basis so you can exclude known DRM-riddled offerings from consideration.)
Now they just need to start tracking FireFlower Games
, and Indievania
so I can bump the number of sites in my filter up to 10.
They will soon start to track FireFlower Games. :)
That's actually my doing. I contacted the guy who runs the site and asked him if he could add Gameolith and FireFlower Games and provided sufficient evidence that they're not fly-by-night operations. (Though I was able to say a lot more about Gameolith than FireFlower. For Indievania, I'm having more trouble assembling a convincing case so I haven't asked yet.)
I'm also working with him to produce an "Import my library/wishlist" userscript as my spare time permits. I've attached the GOG-specific screenshots and you can see the full set here
. (It adds the "Export to ITAD" buttons.)
I've already written the code to extract identifying keys (URLs or names) suitable for indexing into the ITAD database (clicking those buttons opens a browser alert()
dialog showing the raw JSON) and now all I need to do is find time to write an <iframe>
-based dialog and POST the JSON to it to display the new confirm dialog he's written.
Wishlist support will just be a matter of waiting for him to extend the import API and adding three strings to an associative array once we've got the library import working reliably. (And Desura isn't included because he already has a far superior "connect your account" option for it that'll automatically sync future changes.)