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hafeez10 25. Jan 2015 08:08 PM

Downloading flash games
Hi guys,how's it goin'? i am direly in need of your help.Title says it all. how to download flash games and play em offline. I already have worked up on Google's "Inspect Element" thing and i already got the php file of that flash game but the thing is how to run that php file even if i try to open it in Chrome browser it downloads the same php file again and again. And if i try to keep goin to the main SWF file address Chrome says "Nice Try,No Hacking Allowed". so, Any help is appreciated guys.

hafeez10 26. Jan 2015 11:13 AM

"ANY" help is appreciated :l

MidnightCowboy 26. Jan 2015 11:26 AM

Folks will answer here if they have a solution and when they have the time to post it.

If you continue to bump the thread however, which is against our site rules, then the topic will be removed and you can ask elsewhere. :)

Burn-IT 26. Jan 2015 01:16 PM

Flash is a browser application and games are going to be online.

hafeez10 26. Jan 2015 01:43 PM

Well '-' there are lots of topics similar to this but my topic is a little different "Only" a little it's just that i can download the SWF file but i'ts in PHP format so.... yea i have no idea !_!

Jojo Yee 26. Jan 2015 02:53 PM


Originally Posted by hafeez10 (Post 107516)
i can download the SWF file but i'ts in PHP format so.... yea i have no idea !_!

I think these are two different things. SWF is a Shortwave file or Flash file, which can be played in a web browser, or played offline with a standalone Flash player.

On another hand, PHP is a server-side scripting language designed for web development, see Wikipedia page here. You can use PHP to read the info such as dimensions of an SWF file, such as this.

An SWF file ends with a .swf file extension, but never ends with a .php extension neither can be saved in PHP format based on my understanding.

hafeez10 27. Jan 2015 08:45 PM

oh Big thanks for the help. my problem is solved actually i was saving the flash file in a wrong way that's what made it end with a PHP extension '_'. "Problem solved"
Thanks again. Appreciated all of your help.

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