512 MB is a fairly large amount of memory. Let’s put it into perspective by looking at the size of some common things:
A standard chess game
A standard chess game can be played on a 64×64 board with no problem, but a 128×128 board is needed to accommodate a large number of pieces, and even then there may be some issues with the computer running out of memory during the game (assuming you’re using one).
Tetris can run quite well on 512MB, but only if you’re using a small number of blocks at once (e.g., 3×3 or 4×4). If you try to use more than that, your player will start to lag badly, which makes it impossible to play.
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