1. Why do you want me to remove awards my game received?
2. Why is the design of my site amateurish?
These are the questions that everybody have been answering, so you'll notice me saying the same thing a lot of these guys have said before.
Regarding no. 1:
Honestly, when I saw said reward banners the first thing that popped into my mind was, "Why isn't ad-block working?!" Seeing the awards didn't in any way make me want to download the game more than I already wanted to. In fact, it had the opposite effect. They feel like ads. As some of the guys have mentioned, it's not that hard to get 5 stars at some of these sites. They like to give you these 5 stars to put a link to them on your site, or so I believe. (Probably not all of the sites)
Regarding no. 2:
As everyone here has mentioned, you are greeted by a wall of text, on a game site. How many people do you think actually read that wall? It kinda makes me think of a quote from my coarse on HCI which basically says that web designers seem to design their pages as if it were great literature when it's actually more like a billboard you read while going 60 miles an hour. People are lazy beings. When I'm looking for new games to try out it's nice to just load a site, see a few screenshots, short descriptions and a download link. Having to search three pages deep for info on the game isn't fun. I've been busy reading and thinking the whole day, I want some multimedia entertainment, not more reading. See what I'm getting at? (Again, maybe it's just me, but I doubt it)
The text wall goes on about you and your history in gaming and I doubt many people who go to the site actually care (yes, people are horrid beings). Fact is, people would rather learn about you after they've seen what you've done. I think the question is, is your site about you, or about your games? If not put a game on the front page, you can at least put your news at the top, right? If I were to visit your site often to check for any new news, I'd have to scroll down past that static wall of text. (Again, people are lazy - but why make your homepage look static?). Also, I noticed those "Vote Top 100" banners in the middle of the page. I found them to be pretty annoying. They just seem like ad-banners, as does the rewards.
Also, I don't recall anyone ever saying "do this" or "do that". We've all mentioned what we believe could use improving. If you don't want to take the advice, don't, but don't start "attacking" others for pointing these things out.
As for the game, I have yet to try it, since I was more in the mood to use my time to reply. Had a quick look at the video, after eventually finding it, and the game looks good. I have seen better games from people here which are free, but nothing wrong with trying to make a buck after working hard on something.
I've never published a site in my life, so I guess there is no need to take me seriously. This is speaking from what I've been taught in coarses on good design, and having gone through thousands of web pages throughout my web-crawling life.