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lbrpdx [How to join a Netplay game (client mode)?]
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 ====How to join a Netplay game (client mode)?==== ====How to join a Netplay game (client mode)?====
  
-One of the players needs to host a Netplay server, to which the others players will connect to. When you are on the "systems" list of EmulationStation (the menu where you can select all the consoles, **not** the games), pressing the "Xbutton will give you a list of all available Netplay servers and games in progress. +One of the players needs to host a Netplay server, to which the others players will connect to. When you are on the "systems" list of EmulationStation (the menu where you can select all the consoles, **not** the games), pressing the ''X'' button will give you a list of all available Netplay servers and games in progress. 
  
-Some games are greyed out: there are some technical reasons why you can't join these games (different core version, game you don't own, or a different version of the game, and so on).+Some games are greyed out and marked as "unavailable": there are some technical reasons why you can't join these games (different core version, game you don't own, or a different version of the game, and so on).
  
-Select a game that you can join, and launch it: pay close attention to the messages that are popping up when RetroArch launches. Sometimes, there are limitations that could not be detected before and that will prevent you from playing (for example some cores don't support cross-platform Netplay, meaning that you can't have some players with a PC and others with a Raspberry Pi on the same game).+Select one of the "available" games that you can join, and launch it: pay close attention to the messages that are popping up when RetroArch launches. Sometimes, there are limitations that could not be detected before and that will prevent you from playing (for example some cores don't support cross-platform Netplay, meaning that you can't have some players with a PC and others with a Raspberry Pi on the same game).
  
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 ====How to host a Netplay game (server mode)?==== ====How to host a Netplay game (server mode)?====
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