How To Play Flash Games At School(works 90% of the time)





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Published on Sep 8, 2010

Hey everyone! in this vid im going to show you how to play free online games at school. If youve ever tried to use proxies on flash games you know that the games just don't work, and there seems to be no other way to bypass the blocking system. Well today i will show you how to play the games at school.
Basically what we will do is save the game to our computer, then somehow transfer it to the school computer, and finally play it.

First step is to get Firefox. Its a popular browser and a simple google search should find the download. Install it.

Second step is to open firefox and find a game you will want to play at school. (make sure you have flash player installed, otherwise flash games wont work)i chose heli attack 3

Once you find a game that you wanna play, you will let it completely load, and then right-click any empty space on the page(where there's no links or banners) and select view page info. In page info, click the "media" tab, and scroll through the list until you find a url ending in .swf extension-its usually an embed type. Highlight it, and click "save as", then save it somewhere on your desktop. it will usually be named something like the name of your game

Now, you have an icon on your desktop. If you click it , it will open a new browser window, and the game will play. But, you still need to trnsfer the file to your school pc. theres several ways of doing that:
1.flash drive
2. free online hosting website
3. gmail
Flash drives arent the best, and not too many ppl have them.
Most hosting websites are blocked at school.
But, since a lot of teachers at school use gmail as their email provider, its usually unblocked.So, create a gmail account.

Once you have an account, login, and compose a message. For the subject type the name of your game or whatever you want.
Then, click "attach file", and attach your game(the shortcut on your desktop). Wait for it to upload the game to gmail. Now, send your message to YOURSELF!!!(type your email in the 'to" box)
Thats it! Now you can go on a school comp, login to gmail, click on the message you sent to yourself, then download the attachment, double-click the attachment, and have fun!!!
if gmail is blocked you can still use flash drive-just put your file on it and then open it at school. You can use some unblocked hosting websites-upload your game to the site and then download it at schoool.
Comment if you have any problems. TY for watching, bye.


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