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Many games played over the Internet today use a client-server model, where the server has a full copy of the game state, and distributes appropriate pieces to the connected clients. Due to the technology available in 1994, XBAND couldn't work this way. When the user wanted to play a game online, the modem called the server through a local dial-up point-of-...


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