cncnet is stagnating in CnCNet Discussion Posted May 2, 2015 IMHO there is next to no advertising and it seems that the projects don't quite understand how they want to reach out to casual players. I've only seen this advertised on a few dying C&C community websites. More emphasis needs to be placed on the fact the GAMES are free, rather than the on-line experience, and that they run NATIVELY on modern hardware, with community patches and content. This page seriously needs reworked from a UI perspective. I didn't even release each game had a video when you clicked on the image (that you also have to scroll down to see - not great). A single video needs to be displayed on that page first, then the info and images if the user has to scroll. This is basic UI 101. The video should explain what games are legally free, what content is included (official missions, videos, music, maps, custom missions, expansions) and of course the Hi Def online games (and offline - campaign, skirmish) of each game, as well as mention for support of non free games (RA2 etc). The RA1 video is nice in that you can see it is obviously HiDef, but the TD video... Was that filmed in 1995 or 2015? Guys, you do all this hard work to shoot yourselves in the foot so badly with showing it off. Sort a GOOD landing page. Sort a GOOD video. Then contact all the sites and articles listing free games and link that video and page. Then watch the player base soar.