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Glassed Silver

mine is easy to guess (Y)

Thanks for adding :)

elliotbridgewater (Y)

Adding as we speak! :shiftyninja:

Can't hide!

Also: Why the freak don't my games show up in GC that are GC enabled? :s

Glassed Silver:mac

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Manish

There is an older thread with Game Center, Plus+ & OpenFeint user nicknames, by the way. Maybe a mod could merge the two?

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CPressland

Mines cpressland add me up people!

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Brandon H

DetinatorX

go ahead and add me :)

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Wannes

You can reach me via GQWannes.

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Wannes

GC - GQWannes

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Elliot B.

Game Center - elliotbridgewater

OpenFeint - King Mustard

Plus+ - kingmustard

Crystal - King Mustard

If you don't explain who you are in the friend request, I will decline it.

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DirtyLarry

Game Center - DLDirtyLarry

OpenFeint - NJDirtyLarry

Please add me to the list and feel free to send me friend invites, I am at work right now.

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metal_dragen

GC: metaldragen, OF: metaldragen, P+: metaldragen

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SMELTN

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NeoXY

yanxi357

Give me an add! :)

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Holoshed

My game center nick is "Phone"

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firey

firey21

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einsteinbqat

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

You have made me addicted to Where's my water!

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Glassed Silver

You have made me addicted to Where's my water!

Damn, I swear at first I thought WIMW is meh...

I then downloaded and tried it... Baby Jesus!

That game is amazing!!!

How did I? :)

Glassed Silver:ios

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einsteinbqat

Damn, I swear at first I thought WIMW is meh...

I then downloaded and tried it... Baby Jesus!

That game is amazing!!!

How did I? :)

Glassed Silver:ios

You made me tried it.

When it first got released, I was like meh, too, and no one I knew played it. And then I saw you, and a few other with it, so I gave it a try. And well I got hooked. I was telling myself that I needed to sleep, but I was playing instead. Hahaha!

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foan

Foansong

Add me I'm a pirate

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einsteinbqat

Damn, I swear at first I thought WIMW is meh...

I then downloaded and tried it... Baby Jesus!

That game is amazing!!!

How did I? :)

Glassed Silver:ios

I'm coming for you. Watch out!

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IntegralDerivative

Mine is

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Im on my Mac so I cant add you all as of now.

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