General discussion for all topics related to DOS, Windows, Linux, consoles, etc. Anything to do with games.
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LP = Let's Play. Basically a video of somebody playing a game (usually in real time). Includes them talking about the game and stuff while they play it, and often has a camera feed of them in the same video so you can watch their reactions and stuff.
We had games on cassettes in the 80's. There was also this track on an LP that contained data that could be read by a modem (note: loud audio. Watch your volume). The message you see is the processed data.Rwolf wrote:...it could be thought someone finally had invented retro gaming on vinyl records...who needs CD/DVD:s when there's LP:s?
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LOL, now THAT's retro gaming!Rwolf wrote:...it could be thought someone finally had invented retro gaming on vinyl records...who needs CD/DVD:s when there's LP:s?
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