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    run a .exe in a java applet

    Hello,

    I was wondering if any of you guys ever tried to run a .exe or more specifically a .exe of a game in a java applet that runs in a browser.
    Do you have any experience with it ? Do you think it is possible to run a full game in the browser via this ?

    regards,
    alex18

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    .exe of a game in a java applet
    You're going to need to be a little more specific.

    Are you talking about a game that is written in java? (If so this isn't an exe!)

    Do you have the source code for the game?

    Native code can be run through ActiveX although people aren't going to want to install random controls with the new security warnings

    There is also the new native code stuff that is included with Chrome.
    Last edited by huwnet; 03-24-2011 at 11:30 AM. Reason: Grammar!

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    Thanks for your fast reply.

    I am talking about games that run on windows pcs with directx etc.

    regards,
    alex18

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex18 View Post
    Thanks for your fast reply.

    I am talking about games that run on windows pcs with directx etc.

    regards,
    alex18
    No, this isn't possible. I suggest writing the game in java, or write the game as a standalone client.

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    Thanks for your answers !

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