In general though, I would like to see this sort of functionality integrated into the repo (so we don't have two websites with the same purpose).
Even though the intent is different to the repo's right now (showcase of good products vs. database for everything), I think these can be combined.
Taking the Steam store as an example, you will never see a games like this on the frontpage because of content management. If you provided the repo with a list of "certified good" games or reviewed games (something you are creating right now), you could have the same thing, automated even.
Just the presentation of the repo's frontpage need to be adjusted (along with features like videos, icons for c4a functionality, etc.), but I guess you could combine efforts here (instead of working on separate projects).
This is why I would like to see the repo going open source (something on which @milkshake sadly hasn't commented yet).
...Was looking on each games page and from the ones I've added so far only one is a commercial game so wasn't seeing the [buy] button. The link on the front page is good, I'll add those as only 13 games total.
@foxblock, Yeah this site is nothing as serious as the repo, I've no database driven content for one. I'm working on a much simpler little site, but pretty much doing for that reason you mention ... I too think the repo could do with a frontpage overhaul, with some of the current popular or new titles being a bit more shown off visually, with videos and such, but milkshake I'm sure is busy and I think I read about him revamping it at sometime.
The repo serves a greater purpose for sure, but if anyone fancies some pretty screenshots they welcome to check my page then link through to the repo when found something and d/l it and play
One more suggestion: when you select multiple genres or skills, it now shows you the union of those sets. I think it would be more useful to show the intersection. That would allow you to find e.g. Pandora-exclusive puzzle games with C4A support, instead of getting a list of the union of all Pandora-exclusive games, all games with C4A support, and all puzzle games.
Just got a chance to check out the website. It's nice. One thing I noted is that the names of original authors are not mentioned, only the names of the porters are mentioned. This is a little misleading as visitors may think the porters are also original creators of the games. Would be good if both are included to give original creators some credits
@, Yes, I'd like to attribute the creator. I'm basically getting that info from the repo, so the names I mention are the names given as the 'maintainer' on the repo. I wouldn't necessarily know who the original creator of each game is.
Perhaps I could add the label 'maintainer' alongside the names though.
@Klumpen, What's up with it exactly - formatting or function not working? What browser you have too? It does heavily rely on jquery so needs scripts allowed