Kevin Smith, the developer at the back of the MAME emulator that permits you to run vintage Nintendo and Sega games, in addition to play arcade games for your fourth-era Apple TV, is again with any other cool device: an unofficial consumer that may circulate Steam games from a Windows PC to Apple’s new field.
The answer takes good thing about an iOS version of Moonlight
, an open source implementation of Nvidia’s GameStream generation utilized by its Shield console.
In a video uploaded to YouTube, the developer showcases Grand Theft Auto S being streamed to his Apple TV that may be operating on his PC. He controlled to do so feat via editing Moonlight for iOS, an open source choice to Nvidia’s GameStream.
For the ones into technicalities, Moonlight streams Steam games the use of Nvidia’s personal recreation-streaming protocol. Unfortunately, as the appliance makes use of grimy tips that don't seem to be allowed on tvOS, you gained’t in finding it within the Apple TV App Store (for now).