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Oh, and we added the Pokitto too! Go us!
Secondly, we took advantage of the editing to add a new stretch MobyGoal - 7,000 iPhone games. Yep, we know they're not such a popular area to add for contributors, but there are a lot of smartphone games played by millions and not yet documented, so we thought we'd ask nicely!
- Rainer S, who does an amazing job of adding cover art for German titles in particular, is now over 100k MobyPoints, one of a select few (less than 15!) to ever do that.
- The incredibly methodical Piltdown Man is now over the 150k points mark - thanks to him for adding a lot of obscure PC shareware games of recent.
Thanks to these two, and please post other user milestones in the comments as you see them!
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For example, he's adding nicely scanned original covers for rare PC Engine CD games, as well as weird Amstrad CPC games & lots more besides. Look through his full contributions to date here.
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7000 iPhone Games (15%)
We need 1472 more iPhone games documented to complete this goal!
You play as a marine named Mitchell, who is beaten to a pulp and left for dead by Gordon Freeman (apparently). On a quest for revenge, he finds himself sucked up with the Combines and even the G-Man. His adventure will take him from snowy mountains to war-torn cities. It sounds pretty cool on paper, but much of the game is just plain broken, from the newly implemented parkour and inventory features to the graphics and gunplay.
Were if the game were a fan film made with the Source Filmmaker, or as a free mod, it would've been alright (the game's saving grace are the cutscenes, even if they are out of place). Get rid of the internet celebs and replace with a professional voice cast to do the work, and you may have something corny but compelling. But the fact this is a legitimately paid "game" and not a free mod speaks a lot of problematic volumes about how Steam is, but worst of all how Valve feels about Half-Life at this point.
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