How to install Gacha Bunny on a Chromebook

Installing Gacha Bunny on a Chromebook

This guide will walk you through the process of installing Gacha Bunny, a popular gacha game, on your Chromebook. We'll be using Linux apps and Wine to make this possible. Before we begin, please note that this tutorial is specifically for Chromebooks with Intel or AMD processors that support Linux apps. If you have an ARM64 architecture CPU, unfortunately, this method won't work for you.


  • A Chromebook with an Intel or AMD CPU
  • Linux Apps support enabled on your Chromebook
  • Stable internet connection
  • Some familiarity with using the terminal (don't worry, we'll guide you through each step)

Enabling Linux Apps

If you haven't already enabled Linux Apps on your Chromebook, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Chromebook's Settings
  2. Click on "Advanced" in the left panel
  3. Select "Developers"
  4. Turn on "Linux development environment (Beta)"
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to download and install Linux

Installation Process

Now that we have Linux Apps enabled, let's proceed with installing Wine and Gacha Bunny. We'll use the terminal for these steps. Don't be intimidated; just follow along carefully!

Step 1: Configure Wine

First, we need to set up Wine, which will allow us to run Windows applications on Linux. Enter these commands in the terminal:

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
wget -nc && sudo apt-key add winehq.key
echo "deb bookworm main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine_chrome_os_made_simple.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install --install-recommends winehq-stable winbind

The last command, winecfg, will open the Wine configuration window. You can close this window after it opens.

Step 2: Download and Install Gacha Bunny

Now that Wine is set up, we can download and install Gacha Bunny:

unzip gacha\ -d gachabunny
cd gachabunny && wine gacha\ bunny.exe

Make sure you've downloaded the Gacha Bunny zip file before running these commands. The game should now launch through Wine!


If you encounter any issues during the installation process, here are a few things to try:

  • Make sure your Chromebook's software is up to date
  • Restart your Chromebook and try the process again
  • Check that you've entered all commands correctly
  • Ensure you have enough free space on your Chromebook


Congratulations! You've successfully installed Gacha Bunny on your Chromebook. This process demonstrates the versatility of Chromebooks and how, with a little effort, you can run many Windows applications on them. Enjoy your gaming experience!


For more information or to download Gacha Bunny, visit the official site:

To learn more about Wine, the compatibility layer used in this tutorial, visit:

For a comprehensive list of Chromebooks that support Linux Apps, check out our guide: All Currently Supported Chromebooks with Linux Apps (Crostini) support

If you're in the market for a new Chromebook, have a look at our Chromebook comparison and Buyers Guide.