Update: Best of 2009 posts count as entries in our netbook giveaway!Welcome to the probably annual Bitmob’s Best ofTM awards, which aren’t really awards at all, but more of an amorphous collection of everything that was good and game-related about, in this case, 2009! Or rather, it will be, because we (and you) haven’t actually written it yet. But we (and you) will.Game of the Year Awards are usually the same at every site: editor awards plus maybe reader voting, boring as hell. Well, we’d like to do something a little different, and a lot more egalitarian — in the grand tradition of such features as Bitmob’s Budget Games Bonanza, we want you to write up your Best ofs, and we’ll combine them with ours, so the official Bitmob Best of 2009 non-award awards will come from all of us together. But wait! Some of you out there may be thinking, “Great, I can write about my favorite games and game-related experiences from 2009, but what about the bad stuff? How can I honor the shining crapulence of Bratz Ponyz 2?” Well, Bratz Ponyz 2 came out in 2008, so that doesn’t even make sense, but we’ve still got you taken care of. Introducing:Here’s the plan…. Aside from Best Game of 2009, we have no set categories. Yet. You can make up whatever categories you want, as long as they’re in the form of Best ____ of 2009, or Best Worst ____ of 2009. But! We want to avoid the usual Best Shooter, Best RPG, Best Xbox 360 game-style awards you see in every other GOTY feature out there.So Best Surprise, Best Metroidvania Game, Best Game Featuring Ubiquitous Voice Actor Nolan North (he was in 15 this year!)…all that kind of stuff. And if you’re reading through the Mobfeed and you like someone else’s category, go ahead and write something up for it — we can have multiple entries.Please make one post per entry, and title it like this: Best ____ of 2009: Winning Game or Thing. Be sure to tag it ‘Best of 2009′ or ‘Best Worst of 2009′ (without the quotes) so that we can find it.Dig up a screenshot if you can, and your write-up should be no more than 125 words. If you’re a very passionate/sensitive person who has a lot to say about the Best Horticulture-Based Game Featuring Undead of 2009, lead off with a 125-word version and then write your extended opus below; we’ll include the blurb in the feature but link to your full diatribe. Probably.Write your entries by January 22, or deal with crippling regret for the rest of 2010.