KTOMG is a game tracker for ridiculously large libraries. Manage your collection and backlog across multiple services in one app.
Join 7,000+ other gamers who deleted their spreadsheets and feel less overwhelmed by their backlog.
Your games are scattered across multiple services. Sync them automatically from Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation (PSN), and GOG. Use lists, tags, and filters to catalog physical and digital games. Kiss goodbye to double-buying!
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So many games, so little time. Create ranked lists and track the completion status of your collection.
Prioritize your backlog so you can actually complete the games you want to play.
Mark your games as Abandoned if they didn't spark joy, Beaten if you just played the main story, or even 100% Completed if you need to satisfy your completionist tendencies.
Explore what's new or see what everyone else is up to to find new games to add to your growing collection.
“Useful for gamers with large libraries on multiple services.”
— Roman_K is tracking 2,007 games
“I have an enormous backlog of games and am largely a completionist, so having an easier way to see at a glance what I've finished and what I haven't is extremely useful.”
— somnomania is tracking 481 games
“It's the closest website to my ideal game tracking app. I love how custom it is, and the filter section helps me to save a lot of time finding the perfect game I want to play.”
— Javigalactus is tracking 2,138 games
“Best game tracking website.”
— MeanKarma is tracking 1,102 games
“This is still the best option out there to manage a large library.”
— jitteryjim is tracking 1,648 games
“It's the most helpful and visually appealing site I've used for keeping track of my games/gameplay.”
— SkipSpace is tracking 2,227 games
“Very easy to use and great way to keep track of your library.”
— Skaifaya is tracking 1,834 games
I'm a lifelong gamer. I started KTOMG in 2011 because I could never remember when all the new games were coming out. Back then I only had a PC and I still couldn't keep up.
Nowadays there are so many games, dropping every day, we all have neverending backlogs. It's overwhelming. No one could ever finish every game they plan to play.
And you know what? That's OK.
I built KTOMG because I don't believe your backlog should make you depressed. That's not why I started playing games and it's not why I continue to play them with my kids. Whether you want to replay old games, or play new ones, your backlog shouldn't be judging you. We all deserve to rediscover the joy in gaming that brought us here in the first place.
Founder and developer, lifelong fan of RPGs