Games Grapher is a program that provides you with a solution for cataloging the games you've played so far and keeping track of how much time you spent completing them. You can also work with this application to quickly find information regarding your favorite games, whether they're developed for Windows PC, Mac, Wii or PS2.
The utility allows you to create multiple user profiles (create multiple game catalogs for different users), sort the games list in any order you like (title, release date, play time, etc.), and edit the info for each item whenever it's convenient for you. Furthermore, everything you add or modify within the app's records is automatically saved.
In my opinion, the most useful feature of this program is the ability to search game details directly from its interface. You just type in the keywords for the game in question and the app immediately finds the corresponding information which you can add to your catalog.
I didn't like that you can't save the stored records as an individual file to your local folders (in case you need to share your catalog with other users). Another thing that bothers me about this Mac utility is the fact that it allows you to export the offered statistics only to a single output format: PNG.
As a conclusion, I'd say it's worth installing this app on your Mac as long as you're a dedicated gamer and wish to easily catalog the games you played. This program provides you with an intuitive interface, allows you to manage multiple game catalogs, and is free of charge.
- User-friendly interface
- Brings an efficient search tool
- Provides you with accurate statistics regarding playtime, completed games by developer, etc
- Unable to export game reports to other formats than PNG
- Unable to export stored data