I'm sure you'll work on these points when you have some time or are working on them already, but the site needs some CSS to make the lists and text boxes less... 199-ish, and a non-serif font for the clickable stuff is probably a good idea. It'd be good if you used a font family with serif and non-serif versions which gives you some flexibility while not compromising the look of the site.
Having said that, I have two extra things to suggest, but these are personal, as in, my 2 cents.
First of them, the header is... poor. It doesn't even let us see how the site is called. I know the site is still under construction, but some visibility is good. And the second point is that you're... naturally loquacious with text. This is good in the reviews (which you know I love), but maybe not for the web site's commands. When I think of a site, I envision the amount of words per clickable elements kept at a minimum, with more info coming up when you hover on an element. And certainly if you can spare yourself some big text boxes with a little icon, by all means do so.
So instead of having the text boxes:
1) Like what you see? GET THIS GAME!!!
2) Already got it? HIT THE FORUMS!!!
You could use 2 icons:
And a similar one for the forum. Then you'll save tons of space and the website will look cleaner.
Here's a bit about publishing apps in the Android Dev Guide. Since they mention website publishing as well, which is what you actually do, you may want to give it a look: http://developer.android.com/guide/p...ublishing.html
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