Video Game Cataloging Software - catalog your game collection
Buy them together and get a discount
Use the free CLZ Cloud service to:
- Synchronize your game data between the desktop software, mobile apps and the Connect web-app.
- View your list online and share it with friends and family.
- Always have an online backup of your game database.
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Reviews from customers
I had a recent problem (which was easily solved) using the app and reached out to support. I was helped within minutes. The support was extremely helpful, and told me of a feature I wasn’t aware of.
After working as a personal trainer for quite some time here in Norway I began to realize that many students and young people couldn't afford training with me but they really wanted to. Being a person who likes to barter I one day asked a guy if he had any old game systems to trade since he couldn't afford to train with me. He ended up giving me a N64 with Diddy Kong Racing and Banjo-Tooie and I gave him lessons in proper kettlebell techniques.
I made these trades for a while until I decided to switch careers making these kinds of deals no longer possible. I continued buying and trading for things from used items websites up until about 1 year ago when I seriously pissed off my wife.
I ended up contacting a guy that was selling games from his house(like a regular GameStop or something) for really cheap. He told me he was looking to get out of the business and everything had to go. He told me he had a storage unit filled with things he needed to trash. Seeing an opportunity here I filled up my car with 27 Slim/Phat PS2's, 9 original Xbox's, 3 Xbox 360's, 3 Gamecube's, 4 PS1's, 15 Guitar Hero guitars, 10 or so various handhelds, and boxes and boxes of games and accessories. I think I ended up counting 133 PS2 controllers alone for example. This filled up my wife's Audi A3 to where I couldn't see out the back or the passenger side window as Playstation was my passenger now.
The plan was simple. Get home, unload the car, and get everything to the game room before my wife got back from picking up the kid.
I failed miserably.
She arrived just as I opened the trunk of my car. The look on her face peering from inside her Nissan Leaf told me that I was in for some serious pain. After she yelled at me and asked me "What the hell I was thinking?!" the only thing I could think of was to tell her "Well, I won't buy anything for awhile at least". Obvoiusly not a great answer, but the only answer I could use to help diffuse the situation.
I brought box after box of stuff down into the basement while my wife glared at me from the living room.
Excitedly I sorted everything out and felt like I had hit the jackpot. Took me hours into the night to sort everything and I realized that I would one day need to catalogue all this stuff so I didn't buy games I already had. I ended up trashing a lot of things I deemed unusable or uninteresting to me but still kept a big chunk of what I had picked up from the dealer.
Flash forward about a year and I discovered the CLZ app.
I have around 450 games and over 40 consoles. I really wanted to take my collection to the next step and that's where CLZ stepped in. I've tried other apps but they didn't come close to finding all my PAL games. Well worth the money.
I'm not really that close to turning my game room into the sanctuary that I want it to be, but it's really the journey that counts.
Quick cataloging + live valuation. #gaming #videogames