Just how anal-retentive are you? I'm sorry, let me rephrase that. Just how painstakingly meticulous are you? Do you feel the need to organize all of your games through a program that will also track how often you play a game, how long you play that game, when the last time it was that you played it and various other details that I really don't care to know? Okay, obviously this little utility just isn't for me. But it might be something that is useful for you. It's not just for JK2 and JA. It will organize up to 400 of your games, demos, mods and will provide all kinds of info about those games like links to sites, screenshots and other stuff.
Games can be launched through this program and it tracks, like, everything. It's kinda cool. The little wizard guy that comes with the program really got on my nerves. And the text-to-speech (TTS) thing got old real quick. Anyway, this might be something you want to try out. So download it. It's not too big and it looks like it's fully customizable. Oh, and I scanned the exe for viruses and it's clean. :)
Games Folder 0.31 Alpha 3 Readme File ================================ To install, double-click the Setup.exe file from within your unzipping program. It will extract the file automatically and start the setup process. Everything will be straightforward from then on. Developed by Eclipse - http://www.eclipse-games.co.uk - email@example.com Please post bug reports and feature requests in our forum: http://www.eclipse-games.co.uk/Forum Description ========= Games Folder is a utility that will allow you to organise your games, demos and mods quickly and simply, as well as providing relevant information such as links to official and fan sites, documentation, screenshots, video clips, etc. It also offers extensive statistic logging, such as the number of times a game has been run, how long for, etc. It supports over 400 games, demos and mods, and can find the majority of these automatically. For the rest, the speedy search facility will find them in a very short space of time. Games can be launched from the program itself, the taskbar utility, the quick launch bar, or by simply placing the game CD in the drive. Note: This description by no means lists the entire range of features.
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