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Game identification questions are only allowed when you have a screenshot, video, or anything beyond a description. The wording "This tag is only for identifying games in movies, pictures, videos, advertisements or otherwise where an unknown game appears" doesn't make that clear, so I've changed the tag excerpt to:
Only ask if you have a ...
I didn't see it mentioned in the other answer, so I figure I would also mention that the Review Queues dropdown also has a "tools" link that'll take you to the 10k tools.
Here's a screenshot with the related link circled (freehand and in red, of course):
Ah, I see the confusion. The criteria for that badge is that you must be the first to answer a question, answer it 30+ days after it being asked, and have that answer be accepted with a score of 2+. Your answer for that question was written two days after the question was asked, and thus is not eligible for the Revival badge.
If your question is about Universal Minecraft Editor, then tagging with universal-minecraft-editor would be fine.
We don't have an overarching "gaming utilities" tag, which wouldn't really group the software together in a meaningful way.
We already have plenty of software/utilities tags: nvidia-geforce-experience, discord, fraps, not to mention all ...
I am not one of the downvoters, but in the specific case, the biggest thing for me is that most of your answer is just a fairly long list of links to external resources, and the rest is pretty much just paraphrasing one of them.
There's nothing inherently wrong with this approach, you're not in "not an answer" territory or anything, since it isn't ...
The question you have answered fringes on the borderline of the scope of Arqade. Some people think that the question is off-topic, as such they should be closed and not answered.
The downvotes you received are probably from users who vote on answers based on the question. They thought that the question was off-topic, and that you shouldn't have answered an ...
According to an answer from the Meta on Stack:
SE doesn't just cater to the folks who ask and answer. SE tries to
cater to those who have a similar problem and find a post via Google.
Not all non-SE users know what the number [votes] means. It seems obvious, but
it may not be. Especially for those not familiar with Reddit/etc. So,
fading it [the answer] out ...
First off, welcome to Arqade!
The answers were not deleted because the questions themselves were old. There are many occasions where old questions have new answers because either the previous answer was incorrect, or new information had been discovered.
Below are some cases I found that is warranting your question, and comments from other users:
I don't ...