The Loop (Games)
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It was marketed as the 64DD's web browser and connectivity disk. Randnet users could receive up to five email addresses with the basic service.
- Beta testing: Experience pre-release games
- Information exchange: Send messages about how to get through games, ask for help when you're stuck and chat with friends through the Internet
- Community: Share comments about a game you're currently playing
- Internet surfing: Surf the web on your TV
- Editing tool: Create your own characters and music using dedicated creation tools
- Print mail service (fee applied): Things created in Mario Artist could be ordered as postcards and stickers
The following features never became available:
- Battle: Play against gamers from all over Japan by using the network
- Observe: Play "Peeping Tom" and watch other players combat each other i.e. game competition
- Digital magazine: Get all sorts of sports info and results
- Music data distribution: Listen to music through Randnet
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