I’m currently rolling out and testing a new version of the website
Take a look here: gdevelop-app.com/
It should have a cleaner & more modern look. Multiple pages so that future additions are easier (for example, there is already a new “education” page and a more complete “contribute” page too).
It’s more focused on GDevelop 5 as I want to encourage new users to use it first
GDevelop 4 can still be downloaded here (or on GitHub), it’s not removed.
The website should also be much faster (there is dynamic loading and aggressive pre-caching of pages), and responsive according to the screen size, always having a good look.
Let me know if you find obvious mistakes, errors or issues
Remember that you can help to translate the website on: crowdin.com/project/gdevelop-website
Excellent site seems really a good start
Note that all compilgames.net links should be redirected to gdevelop-app.com
Google and search engine results should be updating soon too. Forum and wiki will be moved to gdevelop-app.com domain later
Since the website is going to be focusing on GD5, and semi-officially GD4 is deprecated, personally I would link to GD5 wiki instead of GD4. But maybe I’m not aware of something you have in mind.
Nice design indeed.
gdevelop.com is for sale by the way
Oh yes sure I forgot to change the links, they are now pointing to the GDevelop 5 wiki
GDevelop.com is indeed for sale but the price is quite high
I was curious and asked for a quote too, I think the guy forget to release the 0 key on the numpad
An other thing regarding the website is that, since GD5 going to offer features require a monthly subscription, I think the website should also reflect that and display what plans are available and list the features in a table for comparison. Free | €2 | €7
Also would be nice to have the option to login to my account on the website and manage my subscription, subscribe, change plan or cancel subscription. Enter card details in-app is something I would definitely not do under any circumstances.
Did you find time to look in to PayPal by the way?
Also, I do like that especially with HTML5 engines when there are few games made in the engine that I can look at. I would personally put some small games on the website that people can try in the browser. Templates included with GD or embed games made by the community for example.