Over the years, we’ve featured a fair number of scene release sites on this blog. Something we’ve noticed with such sites is that they never seem to go unnoticed by our readers – articles about General DDL sites or forums usually get an above average number of hits. So here’s another resource we thought you might like; Mukki.Org. Mukki can be termed as a hybrid of a release blog and a direct download link forum. It’s not a carbon copy of the average DDL forum you see everyday – in fact, this is one of the more unique sites we’ve reviewed in the recent past, along with MovieSociety and DirectDownload.TV. Mukki pretty much has everything you look for in a general download site – it has a nice clean interface, indexes tons of content and auto uploads releases for multiple one click hosting sites for added reliability.
Been online since November 2010, Mukki has managed to attract a quite a large following during this time. It currently has an Alexa ranking of 26000, and this seems to be improving by the day. And between Nov 2010 and May 2011, the site has managed to add 72000 releases, an impressive average of 12000+ uploads each month. Mukki indexes both scene and P2P releases and as we mentioned earlier, each release comes with multiple download links. By default, new entries seem to get auto uploaded to FileSonic, FileServe and DepositFiles cyber locker services. Newer and popular releases usually get additional links, thanks to Mukki’s active community of users.
For me, the favorite part of this site is not the massive download index – its main highlight is the unique UI. This site boasts a compact, easy to read main index which packs quite a lot of information. As you might see in the screenshot below, different types of releases have different types of details attached next to their entry in the main index. For example, music uploads carry artist name, album name and genre info while TV episodes have season details.
Detailed release information pages are pretty well designed and they too have different layouts depending on the type of content it displays. For example, TV and movie description pages will contain screen captures while a page for a music upload will display album cover art and track info.
Mukki is currently in beta but is open to the public. You can view and download files without having to log in or register. If you are looking for a good Scene/P2P download resource, don’t forget to check this out.
Special thanks to Kyle for the heads up.