Access to path chrome://flags/#enable-npapi (copy and paste to address bar) by Chrome.
Find option Enable NPAPI -> Click Enable.
Questions: Games Loading Slowly!
Answer: Some games are very large, up to 16 Mb in file size, and naturally take longer to load, without showing anything. A slow loading game may also be directly related to your internet connection speed. For example, a regular DSL or Cable internet connection takes 1-2 minutes to download a 16 Mb file.
Questions: The game won't open for me on my iPad, iPhone or Android-based device. Why is that?
Answer: In order to play Flash games, you have to install a web browser which supports Flash on these devices. We recommend Puffin Web Browser because it is one of the fastest web browsers (that we have encountered) that supports Flash Player on iPad, iPhone and Android-based mobile devices. Puffin Web Browser provides a desktop-like web browsing experience (with the help of cloud servers) to tablets and smartphones without the normal need for powerful hardware. It is available to download here:
Questions: The game won't open for me on my PC or Mac. Why is that?
Answer: First, try clearing your browser Cache, and then reopen the game page. If you are unsure how to clear your cache, see this very helpful guide - http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browsers-Cookies If the game doesn't load for you, and you see a blank area, even after waiting for 5 mins (some games are very large, up to 16 Mb in size, and naturally take longer to load without showing anything), you should try clearing your browser's cache. Why? Because it may hold an incorrect or incomplete file that prevents the game from loading properly. An incomplete file may become loaded if the connection between you and our server gets interrupted momentarily, or if you hit the 'REFRESH' or 'RELOAD' button on your browser before the game file had the chance to load in full.
Questions: Shockwave Player required? What is that message about? The game isn't loading for me, and the page seems to be hanging or is blank..
Answer: Some games on Learn4Good.com require free Adobe Shockwave Player software to play. Shockwave games normally offer higher quality 3d graphics to normal Flash games for a more realistic playing experience. The Shockwave games Learn4Good range from extreme sports games such as NASCAR racing, car driving, Super bike, to everyday sports such as basketball, soccer, skateboarding, snowboarding, bowling, Vertigolf, as well as Checkers, brain teaser puzzles, arcade games, adventure games, and skill games to name a few game themes, so, in our opinion, it is is definitely worth downloading the free Shockwave software version to play the game/s for a test run. Shockwave player runs on both PC and Mac. Normally you will be automatically prompted through your computer browser to download the Shockwave software version required to play a specific game (and this normally takes a couple of minutes maximum to do), or you can first go to the official Adobe Shockwave website, www.shockwave.com, to review and download their free offerings. Once you have the software on your computer, note that the Shockwave-based games can be slow to load due to the size of the files to download (open), especially when your internet broadband connection is not very fast.
Questions: Silverlight - why do I need it installed to play some games if I already have Flash and Shockwave players installed?
Answer: Microsoft Silverlight is simply different software. A different player. There are 3 major players (called browser plug-ins) - Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash and Adobe Shockwave. It is the game developer's choice to choose which programming platform to use for his game.
Questions: What do I do when things don't work?
Answer: If you are having problems loading or connecting, please try these options one at a time.
1. Refresh your browser
2. Restart your browser
3. Reboot your computer
4. Delete Unity Web Player cache and redownload. http://unity3d.com/webplayer_setup/setup-3.x/
5. Private Message freerangegames with all the details of your setup: computer, browser, internet.
Note: option 4 may take a long time since you have to download everything again. This should be used as a last resort. And please when you ask me for help, give me as much detail as possible. It is hard to pinpoint the problem if you just say "it won't work".
Questions: I've installed the Unity Web Player, but it's telling to install it again. What do I do?
1. First check to see if the Unity Web Player is actually installed. Go to http://unity3d.com/webplayer/. If it's installed, it should show the version number over on the right.
2. Follow these guidelines to reinstall: http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/11311/how-i-do-re-install-the-webplayer-when-it-fails-to.html
3. If other games work, like this one http://unity3d.com/gallery/live-demos/tropical-paradise then the problem is probably on FreeFall Tournaments side, so please private message freerangegames with your web player version number.
4. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Webplayer Log attached.
Questions: It keeps asking me to download the Unity Web Player, even though I've done it a hundred times! What should I do?
Answer: Download managers like IDM or Orbit, automatically acquire download links from any page you visit, and are one possible cause of this problem. Disable these download managers and the Unity Web Player should download fine.