Retro Game Collector

Retro Game Collector

By Captain Touch

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2017-08-15
  • Current Version: 1.1.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.95 MB
  • Developer: Captain Touch
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 419 Ratings


Retro Game Collector is the must-have reference app for every game collecting enthusiast. This app serves as a reference for every retro game ever released. Keep track of your own game collection and even keep a wanted list. Supports the following consoles: NES, SNES, N64, GB / GBC, GBA, DS, Wii, Genesis / Mega Drive, Saturn, Sega CD, Dreamcast, GameCube, Game & Watch, Virtual Boy, PS1, PS2, 2600, Master System, 32X, Game Gear, TurboGrafx-16 / CD, XBOX (original), 3DO If you need others, request them! Complete database of games (US/EU/AU) Boxart is available for every game See the rarity and value for each game, also view the averages that other users assign to games (automatic online sync) Updated prices and rarity ratings are synced weekly Keep track of all the games in your own collection or put them in a wanted list See a list of all games you still need to collect Budget tracker: Track your purchases and sales Cover Mode: Browse through your games in a new way! Do you collect for multiple systems? We generate an overview and have lots of tools that give you an insight into the growth and value of your collection. Multi-device syncing: Sync your collection between all your devices Your own personal collection on the web share your collection with friends or potential buyers E-Mail your collection, for sale, wanted, remaining or duplicates games list Keep notes for every game Keep track of the condition, region / versions Track duplicates, add quantities for every game in your collection Add your own custom games (useful with reproduction games) View your most rare and valuable games in the Trophy Room. Exclude unwanted games from the app Graph showing you the evolution (value, game count, remaining) of your collection Create lists of games Multi-Currency support Filter the games by rarity or publisher Use your own boxart by taking a picture or choosing one from the photo library View YouTube videos for each game Do an eBay search for the game you want (you can choose the eBay region you prefer) Provides a tool to analyse your own collection Check your collection directly on your Apple Watch Universal app, runs on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad



  • Sorry I don’t pay to play

    By Trod55
    It’s a good idea but I don’t want to pay 17 bucks to basically write down what games I have
  • Brilliant!

    By DarakuTenshi
    I’ve been using this app for years, thought I had lost my info when they did an update... came to find out they updated and it was just under a different app name. A must have app for serious collectors.
  • Great Overall, minor issues

    By darkcactus1
    I’ve been a long time user of these programs, all the way back when they were separate apps and the concept of one app that compiled your other apps was a novelty. I absolutely love these apps, and they have helped me immensely in managing my collection, and now combining them all into a single app is beyond helpful. Transferring everything over was completely painless with the syncing from pure gaming. That said, there are still some things that I would love to see potentially in future updates (if the developer is planning on updating this program regularly that is): 1. Updated pal exclusive lists: the included ones, at least in the original split apps, were incorrect according to various searches of some games included on the list of non pal exclusives and pal exclusives 2. More modern old consoles: I would absolutely love to have a Wii U/Ps3/Xbox 360 collectors addition, seeing as how these consoles have finally wrapped production more or less, and their physical libraries are more or less set. 3. It would be cool if the apps included Japan exclusive games as well, but this is not necessarily important since you can add your own games if their not included on the list. Again, overall this app (and the originals it’s based on) is fantastic and a must have for any retro game collector out there.
  • Older version

    By Apache cheif
    I originally purchased the Nes and Snes versions of this app 5 years ago and now i updated my phone the apps are not available and i have to repurchase? This is a joke.
  • Must have for retro junkies

    By lil jimmyson
    Big time collector here. I was using stone and chisel as a means of keeping track of my collection before (spreadsheet). Gone are the days of buying duplicate games that I already have. Love the interface on this app. Graphs are awesome. Will newer systems eventually be added as well? I hope so, and hope to use this app forever.
  • Locked down Overpriced

    By cklinejr
    It only has 32x and virtual boy unlocked. Come on. The cost for each module is way overpriced.
  • The best

    By Jecklejuggalo
    This is by far my favorite way to log my game collection!!!!
  • Too expensive

    By Douglasssss
    I’ll stick to a spreadsheet thanks
  • Quality Application

    By Me~!
    Requesting Japanese game library support as well as PS3 and 3DS.
  • Scallywags

    By ipaslurper
    The consoles are locked behind micro transactions. But hey, they gave us the 32x and virtual boy for free…how nice. Always with the shenanigans.