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 Posted: Jul 6 2012, 09:05 AM
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Hey guys,
Though I am not a that big gambler, I like playing flash games from time to time. It´s nice that my favorite website crazymonkeygames offers a download of the .sfw files from the flash games. Now I used google to find a solution to the problem that I want to play that games offline, and I found that: sh**.
After that I thought "I am such a idiot"; what I want to say is:
1. Download the games you want
2. Extract the .swf files in your game folder or where you want
3. Drag and drop the .swf files in your flash-enabled browser (firefox works great for me)
4. There is no "..?"
5. Profit!
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 Posted: Jul 6 2012, 10:47 AM
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Playing offline .swf files is easy. Just open Firefox and click "Open File" where you need to find/select the .swf file.

Or right-click the .swf file and select "open with other application" (or something like that, not using English on my system).
Search for /usr/bin/firefox and click Ok.
Next time you rught-click a .swf file, you will see an option to use Firefox.

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 Posted: Jul 7 2012, 07:59 PM
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And nobody tried using the standalone version of Adobe Flash Player?
It was made to play those SWF files without launching a Browser...

 Posted: Apr 12 2015, 05:44 PM
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This is a neat trick. Thank you on your short tutorial biggrin.gif

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