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Not enough time in your schedule to fit everything you'd like to do, yet you still want to be able to find your next favorite game to relax for a while? Today is the day it can finally happen!

Back in October, first users were able to experience the new & improved game catalog on GOG as we've started slowly rolling it out. After testing its performance and gathering feedback, we're ready to unleash it to everyone, starting right now!

We understand that among the more than 5500 titles in the catalog, searching for the game that fits your current needs or discovering the gems that will defy your expectations can be a time-consuming hassle. So thanks to the new catalog you can carry out more customized searches, adding ways to sort and filter games via price range, genres, release date range, and a newly introduced tags system.

The release of the new catalog on GOG doesn't mean we're stopping here. We will be improving it further – yes, sorting by "all-time bestsellers" is coming! And hey, do you have a very specific need, some particular accessibility request, or do you just want to help us help you? Let us know how you like the new catalog in the comments, and share your ideas for what we could bring along.
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unknowngizzard: I use to be able to search "turn based" as I only play turn based games.
I can't do that anymore since the store changed.
This is just another step backwards from my perspective
The tag still exist https://www.gog.com/games?genres=turnbased but it's hidden.
If you have a problem, look for a well-known turn-based game, like "Disciples" or "Shadowrun" and click genre tag on the game page.

I would like the tags "turn-based combat", "real-time combat" and "active-pause combat" to appear.
It makes a huge difference what kind of combat the game has.

But there's an even more important thing GOG should do – complete tags of existing games.
For example Renowned Explorers: International Society doesn't have (even hidden) turn-based tag and everything you can do in this game is turn-based.
Post edited 2 days ago by topolla
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GOG.com: Not enough time in your schedule to fit everything you'd like to do, yet you still want to be able to find your next favorite game to relax for a while? Today is the day it can finally happen!

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Hello GOG.
Can you please give a background color to the icon (button) that says IN LIBRARY.
As it is, it blends too much and slows down scrolling ... hard on my older eyes too.
It just needs to stand out more than it does.
I view in single column mode.
Anyone have a script to revert?
Post edited Yesterday by Swissy88
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MarieMint: 1. "Not interested" list.
2. Hide "not interested" games.
I second these and would like to add an additional suggestion that if someone flags a game as "not-interested" that GOG does not automatically read into that any specific conclusion as to why the person is not-interested, and also adds the ability to specify particular reasons such as "I own this game somewhere else" and "Don't want to see this" or whatever something like Steam has.

Just don't let any machine learning algorithms try to take anyone's "not interested" and jump to incorrect conclusions that are then used for marketing purposes to highlight or hide other games "you might be interested in" as these algorithms are always wrong and suck with useless recommendations based on bad assumptions about someone's "why".