You could add a Screenshot, so we can see, what that game will look like, and you will also get a thumbnail in the "Latest in Showcase" list on the right.
On the game:
Couldn't play it, I'm using java here.
Things you should do:
1. You can't easily start this game with a double-click on that jar. For windows I would set up a .bat, which is acctually only a script file (text file) for the cmd, with the contents: java -java.library.path=/lib -jar Stage\ Drive\ Hero.jar
2. If you use eclipse, just export the project as a .jar (which is just what you did, I think, and you did it right
) and then you don't need to put any lwjgl.jar or any other only-.class-lib in that /lib folder, and it will work fine.
3. Include the other natives in that /lib folder too, so that people like me (running Linux here) can play it too. But then you either would need to set up a .sh file (which is not too hard too, almost the same as a .bat file), with the contents:
java -java.library.path=/lib -jar Stage\ Drive\ Hero.jar
or you could easily just leave that for the user, which is a bad way.
One more thing, acctually offtopic, just sayin my opinion on Dropbox's change now:
Actually, these links generated from dropbox now, are slick. They look really good, and they are nice to a user, if you are a HUMAN and are able to CLICK on that button...
I always loved having direct links. So I could easily let a MACHINE download things from my dropbox account.
So it was possible to create Patchers, which just download a file, and then they start it via Runtime.exec().
Also, it was possible to make an Application kind of "browse" through the Public folder with generated url-Strings. So I could easily put every native, I wanted to be downloaded into a folder in the Public folder, and then I could easily put an .dll or .so or whatever at the and of that url-string and then just let it download that file. That does not work now
I actually shouldn't bother, because I still have the old functionality. It's just my opinion, that they clearly did something wrong for developers (they had to add this mediafire-style... omg that looks so cool. Oh man we want to do that too blah blah...).
Since new 2 replies got posted, while writing this:
Look at above. If you would have started it via command-line, you would have seen, that it gives an UnsatisfiedLinkException. You need to start it with java -java.library.path=/lib -jar Stage\ Drive\ Hero.jar via command-line or .bat (a batch).