The website has recently been updated to Invision Community version 4.4. The guys over at Invision have put a lot of work into this new version of the community suite, which should result in improved performance in all areas of the site.
I am also pleased to report that the Ginever Project Manager has now been expanded to include a downloads library. As a result, we have been able to restore the vast majority of downloads for legacy projects
Consequently, the legacy download section of the Discord server has now been removed. This follows through with the original plan from September to make this happen, and brings us one step closer to restoring the services lost in the 2017 server shutdown.
In addition, the project manager is now able to display storefront information for commercial titles, along with instructions on how to install some of the older software using the GineverLauncher. In the coming weeks and months you will hopefully see further work done in this area.
Please note: The project manager does not currently include the third-party game mods which were formerly created for the Ginever community clan (such as those for Age of Empires, Supreme Commander or Worms Armageddon) because, despite still being in regular use by some pockets of the community, Ginever Entertainment is no longer able to maintain or support these mods in a proper way due to lack of funding. Instead, these mods are maintained by me as a personal hobby, with the latest versions being stored on the cloud storage server (or, for compatible games, in the Steam Workshop). There are currently no plans to distribute them on the main website and this is unlikely to change in the long term. If you would like access to the third-party game mods for whatever reason, please therefore ask in the Discord server.