- Indie games
- Old Games
- Everything Else
I only have around 75 games and less then half of those are installed, so i don't really need to worry about it. I just leave them in alphabetical order and either just go right for the game i've been playing or if i'm in the mood for something else i peruse the selection.
I'm constantly trying to find the right one for me, but this is my current one.
Favourites- The games that I'm currently playing all the time. I hate trying to find them in my large list.
Backlog- The games I feel guilty for buying and never playing. I try to keep them up top in hopes that some day I will accidently click on them and start playing.
Fast Steam- Sadly not all games can be installed onto my second hard drive so when I have to install a game on my SSD I want to keep them separate so if I get low on space I can easily find it.
Games- Everything else I'm too lazy to set in a group.
@jams: Nice, you made an id software folder! That´s always a sign of a good games collection.
I don´t have enough to really start putting them into categories, but the library keeps growing so I might have to soon. "Not sure why I own these" will probably be the main category.
I've decided to re-build my categorization system on Steam. I'm going to categorize games by how likely I am to go on a shooting spree in a populated public place after playing them. Secret of the Magical Crystals, you're going right to the top of the "where's my body armor and assault rifle" category!
- Not installed
That's basically my style. I just show all the games I have installed, which at the moment is around 25, in alphabetical order. Once I stop being simultaneously busy and lazy, I will probably uninstall a couple that I'm "done with".
I seperate (or did, anyways - need to catch up on it after last winter's sales) mine into three categories - Favorites, Played, and a general untitled one for games I'm either playing or will play. I'm going to have to start up a fourth list for games I own but can't play on my laptop.