It’s possible to use Steam Remote Play to stream games on your device that aren’t part of the Steam library. Here’s how you can do it:
Adding Non-Steam Games to Your Library
First, you need to navigate to the Steam client on your computer. Click on “Games” located in the menu bar and select “Add a Non-Steam Game to My Library”. A dialog box will appear with a list of programs on your computer. Locate the game you want to stream and check its box, then click “Add Selected Programs”.
Setting Up Steam Link
To play the game remotely on another device, you’ll need to set up Steam Link. Install the Steam Link app on your chosen device, and make sure both your device and your computer are on the same network. Open the app and follow the instructions to connect to your computer.
Streaming Your Non-Steam Game
Once everything is set up, go to “Steam Link” and select your computer. Your entire computer screen will be mirrored on your device. Navigate to Steam, and launch the non-Steam game you’ve added. The game should now stream to your device, allowing you to play it remotely.
Please bear in mind that some games may not work perfectly with Steam Remote Play, and you might experience some delay or visual artifacts. Testing different games will give you a better idea of what works best.
And that’s it! Now you can enjoy your non-Steam games on other devices via Steam Remote Play.