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Abstractism launched earlier this year for Windows and Linux on Steam, offering a "trivial platformer" with a bazillion achievements, item drops, and "an ASMR soundtrack." It also features lots of negative reviews that accuse the game of secretly mining for cryptocurrency on user's machines and of offering items designed so they can be mistaken for legitimate Team Fortress 2 items. This YouTube video explores the situation, and there's a post outlining all the details about this on VG247, where they opine that this is Valve's lack of curation on Steam backfiring. Here's a bit on the counterfeit TF2 goodies:
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