Embedding Flash & Unity Web Player on Blogger (Part 2 w/ HTML CODES)

Part 1 – https://muchigdp.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/embedding-flash-unity-web-player-on-blogger/

Few months back I was updating my blog and tried embedding my games on Blogger. It was a pain but somehow I managed to get them to work after much fiddling about. I am unable to embed them on WordPress at the moment because I am required to update my account to PRO so that I could install plug-ins. Yes, you need to install web player plug-ins on your WordPress account before you can even think of embedding them on your posts.

Anyway, enough rambling. Here are the HTML codes for embedding Flash & Unity web players. I am using Dropbox to host my game exe files. Have yet to try out with a different hosting site.

The files need to be place in your PUBLIC FOLDER on Dropbox. New accounts that are created on August/September/October 2012(not too sure when exactly) onwards no longer comes with that handy folder. If you have an old Dropbox account, you are in luck because it still retains the PUBLIC FOLDER function.

On with the codes! h < >

For Flash Web Player:

<object classid=”clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000″ codebase=”http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=11,4,402,265″ height=”480″ width=”640″>

<param name=movie value=”Name of your file. (Example: game.swf)“>

<param name=quality value=high>

<embed src=”Link of the SWF file that you’ve stored on Dropbox or any file hosting website. (Example: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/01234567/game.swf)” quality=high pluginspage=”http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” width=”640″ height=”480″>



For Unity Web Player:

<object classid=”clsid:444785F1-DE89-4295-863A-D46C3A781394″ codebase=”http://webplayer.unity3d.com/download_webplayer/UnityWebPlayer.cab#version=3,0,0,0″ height=”320″ id=”UnityObject” width=”480″>

<param name=”Link of the UNITY3D file that you’ve stored on Dropbox or any file hosting website. (Example: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/01234567/WebPlayer/WebPlayer.unity3d)” value=”Name of your file. (Example: WebPlayer.unity.3d)” />

<embed id=”UnityEmbed” src=”Link of the UNITY3D file that you’ve stored on Dropbox or any file hosting website. (Example: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/01234567/WebPlayer/WebPlayer.unity3d)width=”480″ height=”320″
type=”application/vnd.unity” pluginspage=”http://www.unity3d.com/unity-web-player-3.x” />


Hope this helps.

Stealin’ Christmas (INCOMPLETE)

For the past 2 weeks or so, I’ve been working on a simple game to celebrate Christmas this year. Christmas came and went but I was unable to finish the game up in time. Due to my timing misjudgement, I was unable to get an actionscripter in time to help me out with the codes for my game. Even though it is just a really small game, it sucks having to put the development on hold.

A brief introduction about Stealin’ Christmas. It is a top down shooter and tells the story of how the Grinch started obsessing over stealing Christmas every year after being bullied constantly by Santa Claus when they were still in school. The player will control the Grinch in the game.

Below is a collection of pixel art and animation that I have done for the game:
Grinch_ani2 Grinch_ani1

Enemies are based on old-school toys like the monkeys from ‘Barrel of Monkeys’. I had plans for those hippos from ‘Hungry Hippos’ but had to cut them due to time constraint. When defeated, the enemies will shrink back to their toy form and explode like fireworks.

Robo_ani2 Robo_ani1
Monkey_ani Plane_ani Soldier_ani

Santa Claus & his Robo Reindeer(!!!)
Robodeir_intro Robodeir_beam

Here are a few pieces of artwork done for the game’s cutscene. They are painted by a good friend of mine. (Hello, Kou!)

A screengrab of the background. Still need detailing.