Doesn't work. If you are lucky enough to even get the application to open the only thing it does is crash Steam so badly you have to kill it in the task manager.
After a restore on my tablet it doesn't even open, just tells me to start it from Steam even when I AM starting it from Steam.
Great idea, would be great if it actually functioned or had any decent support from the devs that don't return emails.
So I spent way more time than I should getting partial functionality out of this. Below is the list of issues and how I worked through them. Still functions terribly and at random but there you go.
After installation, Gestureworks would constantly throw the Please launch from Steam error even when I launched from Steam. The release notes said this was fixed, but I guess I am a lucky one. I was able to fix this by using the In Home Streaming function to stream from the tablet to my laptop and then try to launch Gestureworks. It still crashed, but this time it managed to bring up the EULA. It looks like there is some kind of stall in Gestureworks when it starts up that won't bring up the EULA correctly. Not sure if it is trying to access the network and failing or what is happening. It makes the software unusable unless you have a second machine to fix it after the initial install.
After getting though that, Gestureworks finally decided to open correctly but wouldn't launch any of my Steam games. Found a fix for that. It looks like Gestureworks doesn't behave correctly when games are installed in a different Steam path than Steam itself. Just repointing the path in options won't fix this. Seems like a bug on how Gestureworks connects to Steam.
To fix this, I had to delete all the folders except for steamapps and the steam.exe then move those files over to my game install folder. After rerunning steam and letting it repair the tnstallation I now had my games, Gestureworks and Steam all installed in the same spot. This then let me launch a game from Gestureworks correctly. This step is a must for people with tablets that install games to the SD card.
I did get Terreria working. The premade controls were terrible so I made my own. Dust crashes constantly on the load screens depending on how you launch the game. Only way I made it work was to bring up gestureworks from Steam then launch Dust from Steam. Still does the whole restart Steam thing where you have to start the game again but it did come up once for me.
Not sure if it is the Steam DRM that is screwing up how this software works but it is really annoying. Since I haven't heard back from Steam on a refund on this pile I will drop it in my list of unused stuff and maybe come back one day to see if it works. Until then, there is a software out there called VirtualGamepad which actually works and is not dependent on the game. It just launches in Windows and allows you to customize the pad inside the game itself. Better yet, it is half the price and doesn't crash. No xinput support yet though.