This type of game may be a problem for those with CD-ROMs that cache data. I.e. if you seek a sector, the CD-ROM will check its cache first. If not present, it will seek the requested sector, read in the sector and store it in its cache as well as return it. If this same sector is reseeked again and the sector is already stored in its cache, then the CD-ROM will return what's in the cache rather than reseek the same sector. A few CD-ROMs and CD-RW drives use the cache (or recording buffer) to speed up CD-ROM access for frequently requested sectors, e.g. buffering the FAT.