My Games allows you to manage and optimize all of your favorite games whether local or online including games from popular gaming platforms like Steam from one place that you can reach from anywhere on your computer.
Scan for Games
Game Fire will scan your computer for installed games so that you can add them to My Games. (see Game Scanner below)
Use this option to manually add a new game to My Games list. (see Add New Game below)
Launch the selected game.
By default Game Fire will activate Game Mode before launching the selected game.
Edit the information of the selected game like title, cover art, or description.
You can not edit all game information of games imported from Steam and Uplay.
Search the Web for information of the selected game.
You can change the website used to search game information by going to Settings > My Games > Website to search games information.
Hide/Unhide the selected game from My Games list.
Use this option to hide games that can not be removed from My Games.
Remove the selected game from My Games list.
This option won't delete the selected game files from the disk.
Display Game Information dialog box.
Open the File Properties dialog box of the selected game's executable file.
Game Fire uses an internal database to scan your computer for installed games so that you can quickly add them to My Games list without the need to add them manually one by one. You can customize the locations where Game Fire searches for installed games from Settings > My Games > Game Scanner.
Add New Game
Use this dialog to manually add games whether local or online to your My Games list.
Game Path or URL
Specify the path of the game main executable or the URL in case of an online game.
The title used to display the game in My Games list.
The game description which is helpful to easily locate the game using the search functionality.
The game genre which is helpful to group similar games by genre.
The parameters passed to the game executable when launching the game.
Specify an image to be used as a thumbnail overriding the default thumbnail generated from the game executable.
Use the default thumbnail generated from the game executable.
Change the background color of the game thumbnail.
Specify an image path to be used as a cover art, the cover art will override the game thumbnail.