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Gamepedia is a program for Mac users who desire to catalog their game collections. This application might prove to be of good use to people who own big piles of CDs and DVDs containing games and wish to easily create an inventory for a better organization.
The most convenient feature of Gamepedia is probably the integrated search utility. This tool comes in handy whenever you're unsure of the details regarding a game you own and require a trustworthy source of information (the app searches on sites like Moby Games, Wikipedia, etc.).
The application provides you with a user-friendly interface, allows you to export and print game collection information, and lets you choose which type of game details should be displayed on its main window. Another good aspect is that it also helps you keep track of the games you borrowed to your friends or the ones you wish to acquire sometime in the future.
Furthermore, you have access to detailed statistics regarding your game collection which are displayed as bar graphs.
To sum things up, it's worth buying this application for your Mac as long as you own a big game collection. Otherwise, I'd suggest you to enter the game information within a document (created in Microsoft Word or TextEdit) and save it to your local folders for later.
- User-friendly interface
- Helps you find missing details regarding your favorite games
- Comes with an integrated search tool
- Allows you to print or export your game collection information