in-game

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in-game (not comparable)

  1. Within, or as part of a game, especially a video game.
    • 2016, Patrick Aievoli, Veal: The Rise of Generation Interactive (page 41)
      Shameless in-game purchases aimed at kids have been in the news recently.
    • 2017, Alyssa Aska, Introduction to the Study of Video Game Music (page 79)
      Interactive in-game music is also present in another sandbox game, Minecraft, as the player can change what music they play on a jukebox. These in-game musical activities can also present as very small mini-games or components on larger quests []

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