Has anyone done this?
Hey, did you know that many of the newer Windows 95/98 games have their entire sound tracks on the game disk, accesable from any CD-Player, typicaly track one stops the CD player, but if you tell it to go to track 2 before it reads track one, then it is good. I just got done listening to my Moto Racer 2 CD.
Have done this since Monster Trak Madness
Try Quake 2?
Newer games use .MP3 or another format instead of .cda (like Half-life) So you cant use a CD player, but its a cool feature nontheless.
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