Gamepedia game cataloging software has been updated to 2.0. Among the new features in this release is Universal Binary support for Intel-based Macs. A free upgrade for registered users, Gamepedia 2.0 costs $18 to register (less if you bundle it with Bruji.com’s other “Pedia” products.
Gamepedia helps you keep track of video and computer games, using keywords or UPC codes to match online data from Amazon.com and other sites. You can organize them by collections, make wishlists, export libraries and more. You can also create a lending library to track games others have borrowed.
Also new in this release are library-independent collections, a new “show count” feature, an extended autofill feature, and case insensitivity. The framework has also been overhauled for improved performance.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2 or later.