Old Content Updates and New Related Posts

I’ve made two fairly big changes to the site today. The first of which is there is now a ‘Similar Stuff’ list at the bottom of each article for people to scroll through. You’ll only see game articles in the same category as the one which you are currently looking at (so only freeware will appear on a freeware game page and only Fraxy bosses will appear on a Fraxy page, etc) so this acts as a nice alternative way of browsing through the content on Indie Overlook without having to navigate back to the game list pages and there are pictures to make it easier to find obscure games which might interest you.

The second change is not the one I had initially planned (that still should be arriving at some point on Monday), but since the Similar Stuff update required going back to every post and adding in a featured image to make it look nice, I updated some of the formatting along the way to match the current style. This basically means that every video is embedded at the appropriate size and links have been updated to be listed at the top of each article on a single line between the video and the article’s body rather than all the way at the bottom. The URL’s for player-created content and ‘extra’ articles have also all been adjusted to fall within a subcategory of ‘player-created’ or ‘extra’ respectively rather than being mixed in with standard freeware and commercial game articles; mixing these in with the other articles made sense when there were only a few of them, but now that there are several dozen of each this should go a long way towards cutting down on the confusion and the clutter, especially in the ‘Similar Stuff’ lists.

I hope these changes make it easier and more enjoyable to search through overlooked indie games (and some not-so-overlooked ones), but let me know if I missed anything or if anything is broken!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.