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Report a Non-Listed Game That Runs Just Fine in Steam?

I probably did this wrong, but what I wanted to do was get a Steam game listed in the Compatibility Database. It's just a little casual game, but isn't currently listed there. So, I downloaded, installed, and played it all from within my Steam bottle. No problems. I couldn't find any instructions on how (or even if) to do that. So, I Submit[ted] a New Application to be added to the database via:


(and in case that link doesn't appear (I don't know why my links never show up), the menu tree is What Runs | More Information | Submit New Application).

But, there was nothing on that application to just say it works fine in the default Steam bottle. Is there some other (preferred) way to do this?

Yep - New Application - is the correct way to get a new program into the database.

& you should also get a auto-email in conformation.

You can submit new applications to the compatibility center at

We run through that queue each business day. After it's approved you can search for the app and submit ranks, add screenshots, comment on the app's forums how it worked (or didn't).

Thanks. That's what I've done.

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