Game Vault 12+

Kevin Gudgeirsson

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.1 • 155 Ratings
    • Free

iPhone Screenshots


Use Game Vault to manage your gaming collection on the go.

Build your gaming collection with Game Vault using GiantBomb’s expansive database ( Using this database provides you with a massive amount of information for each game, including
- Game summary
- High quality screenshots
- High quality videos
- Region specific release information
- Similar games
- And more than you can shake a stick at!

Manage multiple collections: library, wish list, and pre-ordered games. Browse your games in a variety of different ways: title, platform, genre, publisher, and more! Game Vault offers other features such as
- Rating your games
- Keeping track of games you lend to friends from your contact list
- Mark games that you have completed or are currently playing
- And a plethora of mind-blowing possibilities!

Warning: Game Vault assumes no responsibility for the heightened value of your device after downloading this app.

What’s New

Version 1.4.5

Force Light mode

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
155 Ratings

155 Ratings

Pennington, Esq. ,

Tried them all, still prefer GV.

I can report that I've tried every game collecting/cataloging app I could find, including paid ones. Though some were maybe a bit more comprehensive and customizable, overall, I don't think they're worth the money when this is available for free.

My only real gripe is that if you go with the default database, at least when it comes to retro titles, you're in for some mediocre box art and maddening alphabetization. (Yep, it's one'a those ones that sorts "The" under "T".) You can get around this with a custom entry, but if you want perfect box art, it'll be up to you. Their default custom art appears to come mostly from The Cover Project, which, while nice-looking, is not always a perfectly accurate representation of the original art.

Still, I think the simplicity and the customization that's available makes GV the best of these. It has a very straightforward, visually appealing way of sorting games/systems, which is surprisingly lacking in other apps of this kind. (And perhaps most importantly: ZERO ADS.)

Sir graybeard ,

Free, No ads, super useful!!

I own multiple games across several platforms and I've finally gotten to the point where it's difficult to remember what I own and what I don't. This app has allowed me to organize and search through my collection at a moments notice. From identifying games I don't have when I unexpectedly find a good deal, to determining which game my friends and I want to play, and being able to just see what games I've beaten, this app saves time.

While other paid apps do offer a scan barcode feature, I much prefer doing the legwork and saving money. The search function operated just as I expected and it had every game I own. You can look at your collection through different lenses like genre, platform, and your own ratings.

Overall great app. For a free app I'm sure it's missing some of its competitors features but for the average joe this is a huge time saver! Plus I love that there is a feedback button easily accessible in settings. More apps need this!

MatthewLeif ,

Amazing. Just one thing...

This is a great app to use if you want to keep track of your games or make a wish list. Every aspect is pretty much perfect, except for one. The crashing. Now, I don't know if anyone else has this problem, but I'm counting it anyway. (I use an iPhone 5). Every so often, when I click a certain button somewhere in the app, it crashes. It just seems to happen randomly. For example, I was trying to add Citizens of Earth to my library, but when I clicked the button to do that, the app crashed. Again, I don't know if this is just me, but I would really appreciate it if the developers could look the app over for possible reasons for crashing. Thanks in advance.

App Privacy

The developer, Kevin Gudgeirsson, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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