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  • How Multiplayer Gaming has Changed
  • How Multiplayer Gaming has Changed


    Hosts: Dennis Garcia and Darren McCain
    Time: 28:17

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    Originally recorded April 2022

    Show Notes

    March was a rather busy month for Hardware Asylum.  We had several YouTube videos launch along with some major prep work for Hackfort 2022 which was part of the Boise Treefort Music Festival.  We had a table display on the Expo floor along with a Live Hardware Asylum Podcast recording followed by a Presentation titled “What I learned using Retro PCs”

    In addition to all the fun during Hackfort, we contributed a number of prizes to The Boise LAN and a local charity called Laurels Legacy to support their fundraising raffle and to give those who attended the LAN Party something to go home with.

    During the LAN Party we noticed that the types of games everyone was playing has changed quite a bit from previous events and moved away from games that the entire LAN could play to more fragmented groups who were playing together and streaming to their online channels.

    The change in how multiplayer games are played is the subject of our episode this month and is a stark reminder that nothing lasts forever.

    Episode 134 featured music:
    Little People - Start Shootin' (http://www.littlepeoplemusic.com/)