I was envisioning a way to simply hide these games from your list (but still restore them if needed) vs. just creating a separate list.
We may or not directly integrate with HLTB and may instead offer the same features. We’ll investigate this, thanks for the suggestion.
I think this would be a nice feature to have - even if the system could pull an average number from HLTB, it would be useful to figure out what to play (if length is an issue).
The site has been designed to work on mobile devices—try opening the site on your phone, for example. You can even pin the site to your home screen! However, we know that many people expect to find an app on the store and we plan to release apps for iOS, Android, and Windows 10. We’re also planning to release a desktop version of KTOMG but all this requires some extra work to make offline browsing possible. Thanks for the suggestion!
Have you considered releasing a 'simple' web app, that is basically a browser that directs to this site? Then slowly adjust the UI to fit mobile better? This would allow a fast release, then later when you get the time a better app could be created that allows offline support, more 'native' features, etc.
Just an idea.
This should probably be included within the Progress reporting feature, to mark a game as having no real “progress” per se.
I’ll do you one better, the planned functionality is to automatically sync achievements across Steam, Microsoft, and Sony systems using their services. I haven’t looked but it may be possible to take in achievements from GiantBomb too, which would provide an “official” way to add achievements to games that don’t expose any.
Good news. The new data provider I’m migrating to tracks a bunch of external links to games from GOG, Origin, MS, PSN, Steam, etc. that I will be able to use to enable this feature.
Is there an ETA for this feature? I feel it's really hard to manually add everything, and by the time I'm partially through I want to give up on it.
Basically what I'm looking for is an option that says: "You haven't played this, you're unsure of anything". Such as a free game from Xbox Games with Gold or something extra from a Humble Bundle. "Undecided" makes me think: I'm on the line on this.
Maybe its the wording?