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Figured we could use a Neowin list for those of us gaming on our iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

There are a number of different ones out there, with the Openfeint seemingly being one of the dominant ones and Apples Game Center just starting I figured I would start off with these and then add any others if anyone uses them.

If you add the services you use with the user name for the service and I will add it to the list.

GC - Game Center

OF - OpenFeint

P+ - Plus+

Neowin User - Service Usernames

ccoltmanm - GC: CColtManM

Corris - GC: CorrisD, OF: CorrisD

Evil Marge - GC: Amalee, OF: EvilMarge, P+: EvilMarge

Ironman273 - GC: Ironman273

Jase - GC: Jeayese, OF: Jeayese, P+: Jeayese

Ji@nBing - GC: Madrigal77

KoL - GC: KoL028, P+: KoL028

LaCydic - GC: FBI

LOC - OF: lordloc, P+: lordloc

Massiveterra - GC: massiveterra

metal_dragen - GC: metaldragen, OF: metaldragen, P+: metaldragen

SMELTN - GC: Smeltn, OF: smelt, P+: smelt

Pheee - GC: Pheee

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KoL

GC: KoL028

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Angelic Marge

Amalee - GC

EvilMarge- OF

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SMELTN

Smeltn - GC

smeltn- OF

You need to add Plus+ to the list since there are a TON of games that use Plus+ as well

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Corris

GC: KoL028

Amalee - GC

EvilMarge- OF

Smeltn - GC

smeltn- OF

Added to the list. :D

You need to add Plus+ to the list since there are a TON of games that use Plus+ as well

Done. (Y)

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SMELTN

My plus name is smeltn

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nycmattw

GC - FBI. (Yes I actually got the name FBI)

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Corris

My plus name is smeltn

GC - FBI. (Yes I actually got the name FBI)

Both added, and lol, FBI.

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Angelic Marge

Forgot about plus+, my names EvilMarge

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KoL

Oh yeah my Plus+ is KoL028. Add me to GodFinger if you play it :)

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Corris

Forgot about plus+, my names EvilMarge

Oh yeah my Plus+ is KoL028. Add me to GodFinger if you play it :)

Added. :D

Don't think I've heard of GodFinger.

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Ironman273

GC: Ironman273

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Massiveterra

GC: massiveterra

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LOC

My OF and Plus+ name is lordloc

If I ever update to iOS 4.x and can get GC, my username will be lordloc there also :D

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Ji@nBing

GC: Madrigal77

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Jase

GC - Jeayese

OF - Jeayese

P+ - Jeayese

Too easy :D

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metal_dragen

GC, OF, P+ and Words with Friends - metaldragen

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ccoltmanm

GC - CColtManM

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Corris

Updated with everyones posted names. :D

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Glassed Silver

Heya guys,

thought I'd give Neowin a central place for us iOS gamers with GameCenter nicks, so we can connect as easy as 1-2-3. ^^

My nick is to follow as soon as my iPhone arrives! :)

Glassed Silver:lin

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Nicholas-c

Give you a guess at my name? xD

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Glassed Silver

Glassed Silver

Everyone add me, if I didn't already add you! :shiftyninja: laugh.gif

Note: Please also add that you're from Neowin, when you send your message along with the request. I tend to not allow everyone who requests without reference / real life name if I know it / you get it...

Glassed Silver:mac

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mine is easy to guess (Y)

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