Guide to Game Listing pages.

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Last modified: May 6, 2020.

The Game Listing Editor allows you to manage all content that can be seen on your Game Listing pages. It allows you to both edit existing Listings or create new ones.

Please note.

When adding your game listing page, your game must comply with our Terms of Service.

Games consisting of, or containing the following types of content, are not permitted on our website:

  1. Underage content. Anything that contains the sexual depiction of characters under the age of 18 is illegal and not allowed on our platform. This includes community made or enabled patches.
  2. Bestiality. Any content containing the sexual depiction of animals is not permitted. This does not include furry or anthropomorphic characters.
  3. Real porn. Real porn games use content that is the property of third parties, and is thus pirated content.

Editor Breakdown.

1. Block Selection.

The block selection allows you to add a variety of blocks to help structure your game description, such as Images, Quotes, Lists, etc.

2. Editor screen.

The Editor screen is your main area. It allows you to enter the title of your game, and it’s description.

3. Game details.

This area is a bit more technical, however, it’s vitally important to provide the additional information and data for your Game Listing.

3.1. Game meta.

The Game meta tab is a series of preset meta fields that include: Engine, Genre, Fetishes and Optional Fetishes.

When filling in these fields, you can either begin typing or simply scroll through the list and select the appropriate values.

If there are Engines, Genres or Fetishes that you believe that should be added to these fields, please let us know in our Discord server.

3.2. Game links.

We’ve built an easy to use system for supplying links for your Game Listing pages. These are separated into two categories:
Market Links: Places where you sell or provide your game.
Social Links: Sites that you use for Social media, Marketing, or your Website.

3.3. Developer

This field is provided due to the fact that some Developers may have account names that are different from their Developer name.

This simple field also allows your Developer name to be listed while a different member of your team manages your listing for you.

3.4. Screenshots

The Screenshot tab is self explanatory. It allows you to add screenshots of your game to your Game Listing page.

However, using this feature is more involved than it might seem.

Click on blue the Add to gallery button at the bottom of the Screenshots button. You will be presented with the Media Library screen for your Game Listing.

If you do not see your Game listing under the parent “Game” folder:

  1. Click on the “Games” parent folder.
  2. Click the “add new folder” button, and enter your game’s name.
  3. Once created, find it in the list, and select it.
  4. Now you can either drag your images into the main area, or just click the “Select files” button.

Once all of your images are uploaded, you may then select specific images for your Screenshot gallery and/or remove some in the future.

By default, all images that you upload will be selected. To ensure you don’t add or remove an image accidentally, simply click on it to remove the tick mark.

Once complete, simply click “Select” at the bottom right, and you’re done.

When you’re back at the screenshot screen, you can still edit images that are included in your Screenshots tab.

If you want to be really helpful, when clicking on images, enter “nsfw” in the Alt Text Field for any images you have uploaded that contain nudity.

4. Featured Image

The Featured Image block allows you to pick an image to represent your game. This image will then be used on our website in indexes, if we reference it in an Article, or we write a Review about your game.

Please note: Featured Images should not contain any custom graphics or text. Featured images should be unobstructed screenshots from your game. Featured Images should also not contain any nudity.

Please ensure that you have also read our Guide to Updates after reading this one.

For any questions, you might have, or if you need support, please do not hesitate to reach out on our Discord.