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Launch of GoalWorthy: A Social Game for Life Goals and New Year's Resolutions
Free-To-Play on the web, iPhone, and Android

DURHAM, N.C., Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- CrossComm, Inc. announced today the launch of GoalWorthy.com, a free social game for discovering new life goals, earning points for life achievements, and sharing life victories with family and friends. In addition to the GoalWorthy.com website, the GoalWorthy iPhone and Android apps are available as free downloads for playing GoalWorthy on-the-go.

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GoalWorthy uses social media and gamification to create a unique goal-setting experience. Users play by accepting real-life goals from the GoalWorthy community or by contributing their own goals. They can also use GoalWorthy to follow their friends' goal activity and provide encouragement. Players determine the worth of a goal using a voting system and as a goal receives more "worthy" votes, the points awarded to players upon achievement of that goal increases as well. The continued earning of points will cause a player's life to "Level Up." The GoalWorthy platform integrates seamlessly with Facebook, and GoalWorthy users can suggest goals and gift badges in recognition of achievements to their Facebook friends.  

"Our society spends a tremendous amount of time and energy on video games. As a gaming enthusiast myself, it would be great if we could channel some of that enthusiasm into achieving real world goals that matter to ourselves and our communities and Level Up our real lives." says Don Shin, CrossComm CEO. "Social media is an inherently powerful platform for personal goals as we tend to try harder when others are watching, and support from our community is essential for overcoming life's challenges. With the New Year approaching, we hope GoalWorthy will help our players have more fun in setting New Year's resolutions with their friends."

GoalWorthy, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of CrossComm, Inc., a mobile and web development studio headquartered in downtown Durham, NC. CrossComm sees the GoalWorthy launch as only the beginning, and plans to significantly enhance the platform in 2013 based upon initial end-user feedback and suggestions. CrossComm has kept the "beta" label on GoalWorthy as a reflection of these upcoming improvements, and aims to make GoalWorthy a catalyst for helping people reach their life dreams.

For more information on GoalWorthy, please visit: www.GoalWorthy.com or www.facebook.com/GoalWorthy

iPhone App Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/GoalWorthy/id580656247

Android App Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.goalworthy.android

Founded in 1998, CrossComm is a mobile, web, and social media app development studio that seamlessly integrates creativity and technology to create solutions that are balanced in form and function. With this fusion of innovation and elegance, CrossComm assists organizations across the country in creating apps and sites that transform the way they interact with the world.

For more information on CrossComm, please visit www.CrossComm.net

Media Contact: Don Shin CrossComm, Inc., 919-667-9432, don.shin@crosscomm.net

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