How to Make Games in a Unity Web Player

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Unity is a video game development tool for Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. Games developed with Unity can be published to a wide variety of platforms, including game consoles, Android phones, Windows computers, iOS devices and Web browsers. Browser-based Unity games can only be played by utilizing a specialized web player plug-in. Publishing a game to the proper Web player format involves the use of specific building and deployment settings that generate three individual files.

  • Click on "File" in the main Unity tool bar at the top of the application window.

  • Select "Build Settings" from the drop-down menu.

  • Select the scenes that you want to include in the final game by clicking on the individual check boxes in the Scenes window.

  • Click the "Web Player" toggle button and click on the "Build" button at the bottom of the Build Settings window.

  • Browse to the desired destination and click the "Save" button to begin exporting the game data. Once the initial compression process is complete, Unity creates three data files.

  • Upload the HTML, PDB and UNITY3D format data files to your website in a dedicated directory. Browse to the location of the Unity HTML file to play your game with the Unity web player plug-in.

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