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Manjaro: Gaming Edition

A Manjaro Linux respin design for Gamers

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mGAMe is a respin of Manjaro design for Gamers.

I set everything to Dark Theme. So, it will be a lot easy for your eyes.

I disable Sleep Mode. So, your computer won't go to Sleep Mode while you're still playing games with a GamePad or watching a cutscene.

For Living Room Users. You do need Keyboard and Mouse to install mGAMe and setup Steam.

I disable a Mouse Cursor for GamePads.

I added Editing Tools for anyone who wants to make gaming videos or stream on Twitch.

If you can't run Windows Games with Wine. I recommend install Windows as Dual Boot.

Here's a list of Application.

- Audacity
- KdenLIVE
- Lutris
- Minecraft
- Minetest
- Mumble
- OBS Studio
- OpenShot
- PlayOnLinux
- Wine

Emulators: (Roms not included)
- DeSmuME
- Dolphin Emulator (64-Bit only)
- DOSBox
- Fceux
- Kega Fusion
- RetroArch
- Stella
- Yabause

Terminal Add-On:
- Colors
- ILoveCandy
- Screenfetch

Manjaro: Gaming Edition Web Site


OS distribution


Public Domain


  • Colors for Terminal
  • Dark Theme
  • Drop-Down Terminal
  • Gabe Newell is watching you at Login Screen!
  • ILoveCandy for Terminal
  • Mouse Cursor disable for GamePads
  • ScreenFetch for Terminal
  • Sleep Mode disable
  • Steam Controller Support
  • Wine (Wine is NOT an Emulator)


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  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Terrible. Best to just download manjaro yourself and install these things on your own most things are ill configured and no support, seems abandoned.

    Posted 12/27/2016
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    I would add some preconfigured wine software. As Steam for wine (with their special pre settings) A recommended partition scheme, with /home inside the root (main) partition, but /playonlinux for wine boxes (or bottles), /games for big steam (and other) games, and /data for docs pictures and the non gaming computer use would be a great suggestion, even if they are LVMs Also what I consider the best MAME /SDLmame frontend: QMC2 and any dosbox frontend the author would like (I configure it in plain text, but sure users would love to have a front end. And if it is possible to make the Virtual Pinball software and PinMAME work in playonlinux even better Last but not least, the ISO is great, but an Image to copy to a 64 / 128 Gb USB or SD card in order to have a portable (and able to be upgraded) gaming system able to live boot, choosing free or privative drivers, from chrome books or similar x86 modern light hardware and play all the games, AAA included, sold until 2 or 3 years ago at 720p (almost 1k) or 1080p (almost 2k) able to download at torrent sites Would be even better. And SD/USB rolling releases images to live boot, that I do not know why nobody has done, would be great not only for gaming.

    Posted 07/14/2016
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