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I work in the Quality Dept in my company. I really like working in this department.

I am really passionate about computer games. I have been a hardcore gamer my entire life and loved it.

I started playing games with my 386 (like accolade, barbarian, lame pacman, prince of persia, Wolfenstein(at my friends place on his 486 ;) )).

Pentium 1: text games, monkey island, evil days of luckless john, red baron, evil genius ;) etc. you name it. I've played it. not to mention the common games.

nintendo (8 bits): a pretty huge no. of games - can't list em.

sega (16 bits): again a pretty huge no.

pc/lappy: My current favs include series - Assassins Creed, Prince Persia, Monkey Island , Sam and Max, Call of Duty, Splinter cell, Star wars (action ones) - all series...

Its going to be a very very huuuuge list.


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"Internal/Device memory is similar to RAM which android OS makes use of." I'm talking about the "Device Memory" that is present shown under the Settings -> storage section. I doubt that it's like a RAM because then it wouldn't make sense for the phone to stop installing new apps with the error "out of memory". Also, it wouldn't make sense for it to contain such a large bunch of media, photos etc.. Why load everything into a RAM memory? And why wouldn't it get reset after restarting the system?
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