It’s a good time to be into gaming, with a multitude of platforms, genres and new releases to suit any type of play. There are always so many upcoming titles you want to dive into – strolling around undiscovered virtual lands, or puzzling your way to the top of the leaderboard. You just. Can’t. Wait.
Keeping track of what feels like a million soon-to-arrive games, not to mention those you’ve already played, however, is less neat. So, try getting rid of your intricate system of notes and consider sorting your gaming life with GameTrack.
To start off, the app helps to organise your games into Backlog (something you’re currently playing or are about to play), Archive (something you’ve finished playing) or Wish List (something you’d like to buy and play soon). Should your past games catalogue be way too big to add everything manually, GameTrack can plug into most gaming platforms and automatically import your library.
Once everything is added, you get an orderly overview including the game’s description, release date, developer, platforms it’s available on, and more. And if you’re a stats buff, you’re going to love the Statistics tab. Here you can geek over details such as how many games you finished by month, your most-played genres or the best games of the year sorted by your own rating. GameTrack even generates a pretty image for this top chart of yours, with official covers for each game, ready to share with friends and social media followers. Optional in-app purchases allow you to personalise GameTrack: pick tint colours for the app’s appearance, decide between poster and compact layouts or change up the style of the app icon – you can even sport a cute SNES-themed version. GameTrack makes managing your games collection easy and enjoyable. Now you can put your mind towards what really matters to you: playing.