CPC GAME REVIEWS NEW INTERFACE!

Started by Misel982001, 23:38, 08 March 17

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Misel982001

Hello guys. Good news again about the great site, CPC game reviews. The owner of this site, Mr Campbell, a highly dedicated CPC fan, made some trully interesting changes and additions which are worth looking at! Check it out!

ervin

Wow, that's a really nice makeover!
The youtube links is a wonderful idea too.

Nich

Quote from: ervin on 13:28, 09 March 17
Wow, that's a really nice makeover!
The youtube links is a wonderful idea too.

The 'makeover' is really quite minor - just a few small things here and there to make it a bit easier to read and navigate. This is the first time in well over 10 years that I've done any work to the site itself! My knowledge of HTML and CSS is still quite limited. :-[

I'm glad you like the YouTube links, though. Using the YouTube icon against a black background really makes them stand out.

Skunkfish

When I saw the title I was kinda hoping that it had been turned into a searchable database... Great site though!  ;D
An expanding array of hardware available at www.cpcstore.co.uk (and issue 3 of CPC Fanzine!)

Lazy Dude

The modern day reviews are becoming more important as games are not featured in Amstrad Action magazine. Maybe I should write to them and ask why!  :P
It's a good site with honest reviews

awergh

Youtube links seem like I really nice addition.
Personally I'd like an option to turn off the review scores so that I can just focus on the review itself rather than the arbitrary number at the end but that's me.

AMSDOS

Quote from: Lazy Dude on 13:23, 22 March 17
The modern day reviews are becoming more important as games are not featured in Amstrad Action magazine. Maybe I should write to them and ask why!  :P
It's a good site with honest reviews


Sadly Amstrad Action also reviewed the Public Domain stuff as well, but I don't think it's happening these days, the other stuff I've seen on there seems to fall under the umbrella of Home-brew, which may fall under the banner of Public Domain in CPC-Power, so it looks like a daunting task of CPC-Power to sort out the PD with a Home brew category.  :o

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