The thing with reddit, is by default its just a plain message board. So yeah, it looks simple (or to some, like garbage). It's up to the maintainers of a subreddit to customize the look and feel. Personally I don't care, it's more about the news and content posted, like rss.
Wow still here, I love this website. I just got clickteam Fusion 2.5 from the developers humble bundle. It's still going as of 1/5/17 if anyone is interested. Last time I used a clickteam program was The Games Factory. Clickteam just updated their youtube channel to show they have a tutorial service at this website "http://www.fusionrad.com/onlinecourses/". I was thinking of taking the course but before looking into it I was reminded of this website and thought I'd check it out.
I'd like to see fusion become more popular, FNAF brought a lot of attention to clickteam so I think they are planning on keeping the momentum.