www.indievideogames.com IS OPEN

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by noahbwilson, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. metateen

    Moderator Indie Author

    Aug 31, 2015
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    One of the long drawn out user saga's on this website has finally come to a close... 'Beta' .... Well sorta.
  2. Khitty

    Khitty New Member

    Feb 11, 2017
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    Awesome. I create me an account.
  3. Chill Monster

    Chill Monster New Member

    Jan 21, 2017
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    This is an excellent idea and I recommend all devs sign up to give their support. I think the key to making it a huge success is to (somehow) make it appealing to game players as well as game developers. I have a few of suggestions that might be worth considering:

    - The home page is very text heavy at the top. The first thing someone should see when entering the site is a load of image links to the games, maybe move the game feed to the top.
    - There's no way to easily browse games by platform. I'm specifically interested in Android games but I can't find a way to just see all of them. A "View all games on [PLATFORM]" link for each platform on the home page would be handy.
    - Get an iOS and Android app out as soon as you can. This is really important for the mobile platforms because at the moment I need to transition from my PC to my phone and look for the game I want on the app store, doesn't sound like a big deal but you'd be surprised at how much that step can affect downloads. The first version of your app can be really simple, just a list of new games for the relevant platform would be fine, add more features later.

    Hope this is useful feedback for you ;)

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