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To add to Plokite, all that data is still on IndieDB and ModDB, there is not much need to have identical content on two sites, but we are working to restore the stuff people uploaded via the GameFront version. People are free to upload Minecraft mods if they so wish.
We're not live yet, but when the site goes live on Sunday I'll send you a link. :)
Yep! Thanks for the nice words.
The new site is not live yet, but the new site uses SSL encryption so it will work once we launch on Sunday! ;)
It was closed down by Defy Media who decided they didn't want to get into gaming anymore, but the lovely INtense! bought the rights to the brand and domain names etc. and with the community's help we're now restoring what was lost. :)
Yes :) - clicky here -
Haha, join the club! We did go back on forth on how much we should restore that was comments and forums for example, but in the end we decided it was the community that made GameFront special and that stuff all deserved to be restored and made available again, even if it is a bit cringe from time to time!
The Forgotten Hope 2 forums are still intact. :)
Don't worry, we're not implementing any kind of country restriction :)
What use is a clone of an existing website? The content should be unique. All duplicating content across sites does is cause serious SEO damage. Secondly, saving the brand name is a lot less important than saving the files, which haven't seemingly come along for the ride, or the community.
Yes, it's an excellent alternative skin for the exact-same ModDB content. :)
Thanks for completely failing to reach out, and totally ignoring / disregarding, the army of volunteers and community that spent over 14 years making GameFront the site it was, and went through hell and back trying to keep it alive through years of mis-management. Very classy. Cheers. You own a domain name, but you've completely failed to understand the spirit of what FileFront was. You can't, you weren't there.