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From Pong to Halo 3, Atari to Kinect, Beginner Level to Master Chief - Gamepedia is a game cataloging application for everyone running Mac OS X. It lets you keep track of your game progress, where your games are and which ones you want to buy in the future.
Getting your collection into Gamepedia is easy - just let the program do the work for you. Enter the title or a keyword into the search field and Gamepedia gets all the information for you from one of several international search sites or Doghouse, Gamepedia's own media server. Find your games even faster by scanning the UPC.
Create smart collections and start a wish list for those games you don't own yet and a borrowed collection for those you want back. View your entries as a standard list, browse only the covers or use the info view for a personalized look of Gamepedia. Share your collections with friends using the customizable HTML export templates and learn more about your own collection with the Statistics feature. Gamepedia comes with full Spotlight integration.
What's New in Version 5.5
Pocketpedia TV support.
Bug fix: Improved Pocketpedia syncing across various network setups.
Bug fix: Fixes to internal linking between entries, where sometimes the right entry wasn’t selected in macOS El Capitan.
Bug fix: If the toolbar is not displayed, the list view is now the default view to display.
Bug fix: macOS El Capitan was stopping some users from using the self upgrade feature to purchase version 5.
Bug fix: Rare bug when a smart collection was left without attributes.
Bug fix: Using the contextual menu repeatedly in cover view could work on a non-intended multiple selection.
Bug fix: Issues when changing a smart collection rule from a date field with a set date to a string field.
Bug fix: Custom fields are again displayed in italics in the Fields preference window, to quickly tell them apart from built-in fields.