This website lets you organize and filter your Steam purchases through tags you choose. You can categorize and file your games thousands of different ways.
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You don't seem to own any games!
This website isn't very useful if you don't have something to organize.
Click a game's tags, and then you can edit them.
Just type in some simple words, separated with spaces. Describe the game.
If this game were Braid, you might type in:
platformer indie puzzle steamplay
Or Killing Floor might be:
fps multiplayer zombies
Use any words you like to describe the game. You'll be able to find this game later through these words.
When you're done, just click elsewhere to save.
Next, type in some tags up here.
The list of games will filter down to exactly match the tags you typed, as you type them.
Now you can find your games based on arbitrary criteria you choose!
Click a game's icon to launch it.
This will tell the Steam client to install and run the game.
You'll need to have Steam installed for this to work.
Here are some various useful links.
Clicking 'help' reruns this tutorial.