SITE REVIEW: Big Dog Arcade

  • Rod_Snyder
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Oh no!
Not another "arcade" site review :D

Anyway, I just completed my arcade site with over 1600 flash games to keep you amused for hours

Please review

Big Dog Arcade

(be easy on me karinca)
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  • Rod_Snyder
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Thanks everyone,

I'll take your silence as . . .

"Well, can't find nothin' wrong with this here arcade site".

(Just trying to incite some constructive criticism)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

looks rly good! well done with nice colors and easy navigation, a well made site... if I would change anything.. i want your links, the "home, forum, all games etc" to be high lighted or something on mouse over, it's just a design question, but think that would be an improvement, easier to see where u are about to klick and go, other then that, there is nothing I would like to chance.. it's all fine to me!
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Thank you very much for your feedback. I used a "usemap" image map for the buttons you mentioned, because it was the easiest and cleanest way to plot those buttons.

You have a good point, and I've been thinking of slicing them and doing a javascript mouseover with alternate images.

Sure is alot more work. Goes against my "lazy nature" :D

Rod
http://www.bigdogarcade.com
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Hmm. for a games website I think the design flow is good. So is the color scheme. The home page is structured very good and it provides easy access to (I think) everything you can find on your website.

I think I actually found one that I`ll play a lot. 3D swat. I don`t think that you should provide visitors with the script to post the game on their own website. restrict that option only to registered users :)
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That's a good idea. I need to think of incentives to become registered
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isn`t there a way to make the games available, and after completing for example three stages, visitors must login or register ?
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Yes,

The back-end admin panel allows me to determine how many, (if any) games a guest may play per day, before requiring registration. Right now it's set up for free play

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