Game Hunter 1.2

Free
This Mac application helps you organize your game collection.
4.7 
Rating
81 votes
Latest version:
1.2 See all
Developer:
Joel Gerbore
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Review

Game Hunter is a Mac program that provides you with an easy and quick way to keep track of the games that you own, that you have borrowed from a friend, or that you wish to acquire sometime in the future. The application comes with a very intuitive interface, helps you sort game data according to your requirements, and much more.

You can organize the game entries into groups, add a status for each listed item (Playing, Finished, etc.), and print the summaries directly from the app's interface.

An important advantage is that you don't need to know or search (using the browser, for instance) game data. The application can fetch the missing data and update the game's details within moments by attaching info like cover art, system requirements, release date, and many others.

Another thing I like about this program is that it allows you to export game summaries to HTML or PDF files for later use.

As a conclusion, this program is suitable for gamers who need to keep a record of all the games they played, borrowed, or wish to buy.

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Review summary

Pros

  • Intuitive interface
  • Comes with an integrated search tool
  • Fetches info regarding games
  • Allows you to export game info

Cons

  • Couldn't find any disadvantages

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Pros: Easy, light on the system, accurate.
Cons: I have not found one yet.
I used Game Hunter in the past, and it always worked perfectly. Easy to use, intuitive, and accurate. Almost all of my games (except for the truly obscure I own) were identified successfully and added into the catalogue with all proper information.
Although the formatting of the catalogue exported to PDF was not great, it was more than enough even so more when the price tag of this very useful tool is zero.

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I enjoyed the program's abilities in cataloging, though I got a bit tired of filling the classifying forms. I like that now I do not have to remember which games I've played – I can see it in the program.

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