Gamepedia catalogs video games

Bruji.com’s Gamepedia is a simple database application that lets you catalog and keep track of your video and computer games. It costs $18 and is compatible with Mac OS X v10.2 or later.

Gamepedia can help you retrieve information about your games from Websites like Amazon.com, and it also lets you add links and screenshots from other sites, like Gamespot.com. You can search using any keyword, including platform, game title and genre. If you have a scanner, you can also scan the UPC of the game, and Gamepedia will handle the rest.

The software lets you organize your game information how you want — you can set up collections of games by rating, for example. And you can add new games using drag and drop. You can also export your library using included HTML templates.

Fully Tiger-compatible, Gamepedia supports Spotlight integration and includes the “AmazonPedia” Dashboard widget.

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