You should see my bookshelf. Every shelf has its own purpose. This shelf is for books. This one’s for Lego. All my figurines go on the shelf above that. My computer desk is the same way. Monitors here. Pen box […]
There are definitely a myriad of interesting ways one can organize their game library.
While I do like the way you organized your games, for me it seems like to much work, and I would never be able to find the games I want to play.
I myself have just kept the alphabetical organization, however I have put them in categories alphabetically, so I have a # category, an A, a B, a C, etc, while still hiding the games I don’t care for. That way my library looks, in my opinion much cleaner, and it’s still quick to find a game when you know what title it has. (fun fact, All I’m missing from having the full alphabet is ‘Y’. Yooka Laylee will likely fix that for me myself.)
Games from series, but starting with different letters will also go together. ie) Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, and Goodbye Deponia go together in D.
Another way to go about it is the way one of my friend’s has labeled his library. ‘currently playing’ ‘will play’ and ‘finished’.
Either way it was certainly an interest article, even if I likely will never use your way myself.