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Java 8 now works for both Mac users and Windows users at!
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 26 Nov 2014 4:08pm

Latest Java 8 (from now works for GameColony players using both Mac and Windows!

You DON'T HAVE TO UPGRADE to Java 8, but if you choose to install it, the games will work now.

All Mac and Windows users at can now play using the latest Java 8 after installing a very small GameColony Java add-on!

If you have Java 8 installed, GameColony will ask you to download and run a very small Java add-on.

On older Windows (e.g. Windows XP), the add-on script may ask you to select the user. Please select 'Administrator'.

When the add-on reports 'success!', you'd need to close and restart your browser.

If you update your Java 8 installation in the future, GameColony will ask you to re-run the Java add-on.

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