Console dweebs frequently say things like "PC games suck because you can't be sure they'll run," and its true that sometimes there are configuration issues. Of course, we PC gamers sneer at console gamers for this kind of thing, because it's rarely a problem post-DirectX, and anyway, we know what a goddamn DOS prompt looks like and know how to use a Linux shell when we need to, and suspect that console gamers' coffee pots are all blinking "12:00". But Jesper makes me think maybe they have a point.
4:32 is inspired by John Cage's famous musical composition, "4:33". "4:33" is four minutes and thirty three seconds of silence. The question Jesper poses is: What is the gaming equivalent?
The results are funny. Give it a -- well, "play" in the sense of playing a video more than in the sense of playing a game, perhaps, but amusing. I'll note however that I have not gotten to the end, because beyond a certain point I can't be bothered, and anyway it's taken me more than four minutes and thirty-two seconds to get as far as I did.