Game library organizer

Monitor your video game collection with this fantastic program. Game Collector provides users with a simple and efficient way of managing a video game library. Thanks to its simple way of collecting information and its highly readable results, anyone intent on keeping tabs on their games will love this program.

The program's interface is a little overwhelming at first, but its several different screens compacted together with many icons soon prove to each have a purpose and individually make game management easier. Users will want to take a long look at the Help file to ensure that they understand all the program's aspects. Users build their catalog by simply entering their game's barcode number sequence in the New Entry fields. With this information, the program populates all the games data (including title, designer, year, and operating system). After all the games have been entered this way (users can also choose to manually input the data) an alphabetical list of all the games is available. Users simply click on the title to see a picture of the cover, a description of the game, and the rating you designate it. Game Collector provides fast, simple results for those building a game library. The program's most special feature is its lending ability. Users can list people who have been lent a particular game and give it a due date so users can remember to ask for the game back.

The program's trial is limited to 50 game titles. With an innovative way to populate information and easy results, this program is a great way to stay on top of a growing game collection.

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