Apr 17, 2019

Punibor – Gaming Store HTML Template

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Punibor Gaming is a powerful, creative and perfect design for your online video game store projects. It is user-friendly, well-optimized, fully stored and editable. Its UX & UI design is made to increase the conversion rate.

Punibor Gaming contains 2 versions, one black and one white for a total of 40+ HTML files. There are 03 + dynamic category pages, 03 + single product pages, 05 + appealing blog layouts, about us, contact us, frequently asked questions, 404 etc.

Everything is ready to make a modern gaming site with an attractive blog. You can use this HTML template for WordPress, Shopify, Magento or other CMS.

Punibor – Gaming Store HTML Template comes with powerful features like HTML5 & CSS3, Validate W3, Boostrap 4, Smooth Animations, Cross Browser Compatibility, SEO Friendly Code …

Don't wait any longer and make your gaming site today with the best HTML template available!



  • 2 homepages layouts
  • 40 HTML files included
  • Fully Responsive Design
  • HTML 5, CSS3 & Boostrap 3
  • Easy to use and customize
  • Awesome & Smooth Slider Effect
  • Google free fonts and icons
  • Clean & Trendy Design
  • Good documentation
  • Best support

HTML files included

  • 404 Page
  • Account
  • About us
  • Blog_Standard
  • Blog_List
  • Blog_Single
  • shopping Side
  • order
  • switch, Contact
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Index
  • 03+ category
  • 03+ single product

File formats

  • HTML files
  • CSS files
  • jQuery files
  • HTML document

Used fonts

  • montserrat
  • Anton


The images you see on the screens are only used for demo purposes they are not included in the download package.

Our support channels

If you have any questions or need a customization, please contact us [email protected].

If you need support, please visit our help center.

Experience our work: https://en.fuznet.com.

Thank you!


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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