Many of you, know about STEAM. If you play games, I'm sure you know it!!! ;-)
You probably know that the first distro that ported STEAM was Ubuntu. What about openSUSE?
The installation is pretty easy. It's only few clicks away.
First of all, check the STEAM wiki page https://en.opensuse.org/Steam.
Let's start the installation.
1. First of all, go to http://software.opensuse.org/find and search the word steam. Choose the first box (Steam) and choose the version of openSUSE you use. Press Show Unstable Packages and press CONTINUE.
2. Here you'll see the repositories for the version of openSUSE eg 12.3. Choose the first (games). The rest repositories are from users that they like steam. You can also download the 32bit or 64but of the rpm file, or easier you can click 1-click-install. It'll add all needed repositores and dependencies.
3. Download the ymp file and choose to open with yast.
4. Next, you'll be informed about the repositories that it'll add. Press next.
5. It'll also inform you about the package it'll install (Steam). Press next.
6. Next, you can see the summary of what changes of what it will be installed on your system.
And it'll warn you but you continue. Press next.
7. Give your root password and just wait.
After it'll add the repositories
it'll ask you if you trust the repository
it'll start the procedure
and after it ends, press finish.
8. Search Steam. Go to Applications > Games.
Accept the licence
Steam will download some new packages
and will install them
but you should wait a little longer
9. And you're all set...
Unfortunately (for you) I don't play games. I cannot try it. You can test it and write your oppinion here or better use the forum.
You can find this tutorial in Greek here or our Steam wiki page.