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And with that change, my generation is staring out at a wild, undiscovered frontier of questions. Ninety nine per cent of the people you meet daily are just like you, they do the same Facebook, Twitter, Text, Email, run-around that you’re doing every time they look at their phone.
They may have started dating somebody they met on that very site and just never got around to closing their account or editing their profile to indicate that they’re no longer on the market.
Ultimately it doesn’t matter: they’re never going to respond to you, so you may as well quit worrying about ’em.
It is reported that management said they were "overwhelmed with interest, and have smoking servers to prove it." On June 5, 2010, Game Crush returned as a private, invitation-only beta.
Business Week wrote an article describing Game Crush as "part social network, part online dating site, and a lot of Grand Theft Auto." The same article revealed the founders to be Eric Strasser, David Good, and Anees Iqbal.