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Gamepedia for Mac offers you an easy way to catalog your video game library and keep a digital record of it. It’s a speedy app with an intuitive interface and nice features that won’t disappoint you. If playing computer games is one of your passions, this small-but-powerful app is definitely for you.
With its iTunes-inspired interface, Gamepedia for Mac lets you build a game library in just a matter of minutes. You can add titles to your library in two ways: either manually, by searching for titles in the app’s online database, or by scanning game UPC labels. The scanner is a nice feature, but you’ll probably still prefer the faster search database option. A great feature of the app is the ability to drag and drop items like walk-throughs, cheats, and screenshots into the game details, making them easier to view. We also liked that you can export a list of your video and computer games as an HTML template that you can easily share with anyone on the Web. Also nice is the borrowing feature, which allows you to keep track of games you have lent to other people.
Gamepedia for Mac makes good on its promise and offers you an intuitive way to catalog your video games and other game-related information. If you own an extensive game collection and want to keep a digital record of it, you’ll like the functionality of this app. It’s an app for gamers, no doubt.
Editors’ note: This is a review of the trial version of Gamepedia for Mac 5.1.8.