Again, many changes these last few days, but I just can't bother to detail them all. It's mostly about game pages-- I'm fine-tuning them, trying to make them look better than before (and frankly, they already looked good enough, but...), also store icon CSS was rewritten for simplicity and fine-tuned, I hopefully didn't forget anything (if you see a store icon out of place, even by a pixel, please tell me.)
FIX(ES): the search engine had become slightly slower (returning its first results in a couple of seconds, instead of less than a second), not because I'm a lazy coder, but because I insisted on searching intros right after you started typing. There is, really, no point in returning all games that include the word, I don't know, "you", in your search results. I'm currently starting to search for intros with a minimum longest word of 4 characters, but I may increase that amount later. (Or also take total search term length, not just the longest word length.)
This is now much faster (pretty much as it used to be), and additionally I removed the limit of items retrieved internally when the word is long enough. This is to make sure you get results on very generic search terms that should exactly match a game, but it's not retrieved because Lestrade's found too many games using the same search word before even reaching it. For instance, I couldn't find "Project One", even when typing its name entirely. Again, that 'no limit' trigger should be when you type of 4-letter word or more. Please don't try that 4-letter word. Actually, do try it. It returns the game 'brainf*ck', with the star, and shows that the word 'fuck' is used in the description. It also returns 'Journey of Life', because it's has an alternative name of 'Journey of Fucker'. Don't ask me why! But it's shown as such, clearly pointing out it's in the alternative name.
Lestrade's is slowly but surely becoming the best search engine for video games, lol. (Kudos to BVG for letting me use their database; although I could switch at any time to my alternative work-only Steam database, it's important to keep connections with that database, if only because I keep sending fixes to it. Also kudos to Lilly for patiently listening to my fix suggestions for the past couple of years, and continuing.)
I can't believe it's still stuck in that upper right corner. It should have a big search box right in the middle of the page, ahah.