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Help with downloadable games

If a downloadable game is an .exe file, just click the link, and choose open. The game will usually be installed among your other programs (otherwise you can choose where you would like to install it during the installation process).

If the game is a .zip or .rar file, choose save, and save it to your pc.
Extract it in a new folder using WinRar for example (if you don't have it, get it from here: http://www.rarlab.com/).
Then click the installation file (in most cases .exe file) or the file that starts the game, and your pc will install it, or launch it respectively.
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Rules updated

Old members and new members, please read the updated rules.
You find them as sticky at the top of all forum categories, for example here:
http://gamershood.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1603
Thank you for taking a couple of minutes to do that.

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    Hello all. I'm a major fan of the "escape game" genre. I've played several games on this site but recently had an interesting problem. I will try to be a concise as possible with my issues. I tried playing some of the latest releases (ie "Joyous living Room Escape", "Red Living Room Escape" etc) and I would get stuck in a "loop". To elaborate:the "bar" at the bottom indicates that the game is loading. It immediately goes to an advertisement (ad sponsored...no problem), then you click on "continue" (lower right corner). Then the screen prompts you to "click here to play the game". When I do this it loops back to an advertisement and the whole process repeats itself without the game. Any ideas to solve this problem? As a side note, my "flash player" is up to date.


    Thanks
    Henry

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    Hi Sanjuro66,

    we informed the great wise spiked turtle about the problem. Thanks for pointing it out.



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