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    Not right place but please help :(

    Hello all, I would like to know how I could embed my game into my website (I KNOW IT ISNT IN THE RIGHT PLACE BUT PLEASE HELP (THIS CAPS DOES NOT MEAN SCREAMING (JUST TO STAND OUT!)))

    I have a game made in Game Maker, and I need it to be put into my website, please help.

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    upload it just like you would an html file, then put a link to it on your webpage.

    Code:
    <a href="www.myurl.com/mygame.exe">Try My Game</a>
    I woudl also suggest you visit http://developers.evrsoft.com/forum/
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    Two of the first three hits on Google.

    I mean, Google isn't new, is it?
    Last edited by medievalelks; 07-01-2008 at 10:23 AM.

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    XD No not like that, I want it so it is possible to play on the website, so you don't leave the website and you don't need to download it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houssen View Post
    XD No not like that, I want it so it is possible to play on the website, so you don't leave the website and you don't need to download it.
    They are going to have to downlaod it anyway, even if it is a javascript game.
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    Yes, but as long as it is on my website and it is played on the website I am fine

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    The link I posted leads the way, but you'll have to do some work yourself. If you're waiting for someone to do it for you, I think you're in for a long wait.

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    You know, there's a forum here for things that aren't covered by a more specific forum.

    Also, what gives you the right to use caps to stand out? If that was allowed, why shouldn't everyone use caps?
    All the buzzt!
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    Sorry.....

    I just need help...

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    You can't put an already existing game on a website so it can be played there. You either do the whole thing in Java or write the game as a browser plugin in C++. Either way, say bye bye to your lovely Game Maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CornedBee View Post
    Also, what gives you the right to use caps to stand out? If that was allowed, why shouldn't everyone use caps?
    I think he means from the rest of his post, not the board.

    Your best bet would be to port the game to flash, and embed it that way.
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