Website Question & CheeseMod 1.5

Posted by KaBob799 on March 17, 2013, 11:30 a.m.

How many of you would be interested in a website that's focused around listing all the games you have beaten/owned/played? I know websites like that already exist but I don't know anyone who actually uses them. It seems to me like a great way to keep track of all your games and also, for multiplayer games, a good way to find out which ones your friends own.

CheeseMod

So a new version of minecraft came out and that means a new version of CheeseMod too! I have some big plans for the 1.5 CheeseMod but I decided to save their release for after the 1.5 recommended build comes out because bukkit keeps breaking stuff. Anyway, you can check out the changelog and download it from: http://pycosites.com/cheesemod/index.php?cmd=change&id=9

I also set up a twitter account for CheeseMod, I don't know how many CheeseMod server admins actually use twitter (wouldn't surprise me if it was none =p) but it seems like a convenient way to get the word out about dev builds, bug reports, website updates and so on. Here it is: https://twitter.com/CheeseMod If nothing else, it should be useful once I start advertising CheeseMod on the bukkit forums.

Comments

Acid 9 years, 6 months ago

I don't want to deter you, because that is a good idea, but I think a lot of people use backloggery.com

JuurianChi 9 years, 6 months ago

I would be very interested in a website like that.

I don't know why, but I've never been into backloggery.

An alternative would be nice if you could pull it off.

KaBob799 9 years, 6 months ago

I'd seen backloggery before but forgotten its name. I'm not too worried about it because the primary goal of this idea is to make a website that I want to use. But as long as other people are interested in it then I can really make it fancy and try to make something good out of it.

twisterghost 9 years, 6 months ago

Quote:
I know websites like that already exist but I don't know anyone who actually uses them.

Isn't that your answer right there?

Also steam pretty much does that but I guess it would be limited to computer games only. I feel like it would have to do more than just list games you own, beat, etc, but I don't know what.

Acid 9 years, 6 months ago

SOLUTION: Gamification (Points system for Starting/Beating/Completing) and Linking to Facebook.