LaunchBox allows you to keep your game library organized by organizing your games neatly in one library where you can see your installed games, games from Steam that you haven’t got installed, games from emulators, your DOS games, and other games from other platforms.
Almost everyone has several games in their library, either installed or not installed. The problem comes when these games are collected in different platforms and their libraries, and there is no centralized platform where you can keep these games in one place. You have Steam, or Origin, or other platforms, which creates a very unorganized feeling.
With LaunchBox, you can easily see what games you have installed and what games you own in just one place. You will be able to see exactly how many games you have in your library, whether it’s Steam games, DOS games, emulated games, or other games from other sources.
Once you get new games, you can simply add to the collection to keep things even more organized. For this, you’ll have a very intuitive wizard at your disposal. This import wizard will sometimes automatically detect new games, although it doesn’t always effectively do that. For this reason, you can always add games manually to the list of games.
You can add games manually with this wizard relatively easily, although you will need to enter some information first. Namely, you’ll need to fill in various fields, such as title, developer, to the location on your PC, to the version of the game, and other details needed to make this organized. Some information will be filled automatically, though.
Another great thing about this app is that it supports emulators, which many other tools just don’t. For this reason, you can easily add emulated games like DOS games and other types of games. It offers integration with the DOSbox, ScummVM, Windows games, and other platforms.
The app also allows you to see all the information about games and emulators when you need it – just access the database and take a look.
LaunchBox is a great application that allows you to keep all of your games organized in one game library.