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1 Does JavaScript run standalone? on Mon May 26, 2014 3:31 am

AndersB


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Hello World! This is my first post, so yeah... Anyway, back to business, I am currently making an open-world game (Inspired by Watch_Dogs) and I was wandering if JavaScript can be used to make a standalone, PC game. I have some C# in it but I'm thinking of adding some new things, but the only way to do those new things is to use some JavaScript. Please can you reply to this post telling me the answer. Thankyou!

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2 Re: Does JavaScript run standalone? on Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:53 am

BryceCain25


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hi AndersB! Of course you can! You just have to use the wright library.
the #pragma strict
stands for a certain library to be used upon use, all Standalone builds will support JavaScript, C#, and Boo, you just have to use it right Smile
Ps: there is also a iPhone library and a Android Library Smile
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3 Re: Does JavaScript run standalone? on Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:13 am

Javascript itself, or use javascript coding, and power you're game with an engine?

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4 Re: Does JavaScript run standalone? on Mon Jun 02, 2014 3:31 pm

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MisterNinjaBoy wrote:Javascript itself, or use javascript coding, and power you're game with an engine?
I think he is means the Unity3D Engine?

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