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Obsessive-compulsive about your PC game library? There's a web app for that

Aug 29 // Rob Morrow
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Darkadia lets you manage your virtual PC game library

While I tease about the tediousness of organizing and displaying my ever-expanding Steam Library, the underlying idea here is a pretty good one.

Darkadia is a games database that gives you all the tools you need to manage, organize, and track your video game collection. Utilizing the user-maintained database of games provided by Giant Bomb, Darkadia makes adding games to your library as easy as searching or selecting from a list of popular and top-rated games and then clicking the add button.

Features include:

  • Quickly assemble your library by searching and selecting from over 30,000 titles
  • Tag platforms, favorite games, play status, and more Tag games with your own custom categories new Rate your games and view the community's rating
  • Create public notes, or secure notes for storing CD keys and serial numbers Filter by tag or keyword to quickly track down a game in your collection
  • Rate your games and view the community's rating Filter by tag or keyword to quickly track down a game in your collection

If you're interested in trying Darkadia out, you can sign up here. Personally, I think I'll wait until the service can automatically import my library from my Steam Profile, but that's just me.

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