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« on: May 09, 2009, 06:13:48 AM »

The iPhone thread is great and all.. but sooner or later it's going to blow up into more pages than most would care to read. As with all other console games, IMO, it'd be easier to start a new thread of the game in question rather than tagging on to a never-ending post.

The mobile section would be for iPhone, blackberry, windows mobile, and so on.. I just got an iPhone 2 days ago and am amazed at how many games (thousands!) are available in the app store.. even online MMORPG's!
I'm also a big windows mobile user and have tons of games there. And on my "regular" sprint phone I'm playing TibiaME, another MMORPG made for cell phones.

Just a thought, I'm sure there's quite a few of us mobile gamers around here.

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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2009, 01:11:25 PM »

Purge made a thread about this not too long ago (it's probably still on the first page) and he got attacked for it.  People don't like the idea of extra forums and I can see their point.  Right now it seems like the Itouch game thread is holding it's own pretty well.  As fun as the games are, most of them aren't very complex and there really isn't much need to talk about it other than to say "guys this game is awesome and it's only 99 cents! You gotta pick it up!"
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