Allow some time for the games to load. Some browsers and device settings may cause game loading or plugin problems. For some workarounds that might help, scroll to the bottom of this page. Or click Here.




















Updating New Games


This Info is from the MiniClip Customer Support Page


If you are encountering issues loading a game, this may be due to an update to Google Chrome, which may cause issues with Shockwave games. There are some workarounds that might help you.

You can EITHER

1.   Change browser to one compatible with your game. This might be the easiest thing to do. Miniclip recommends Firefox and you can download it here  ((If it still doesn't work, install Unity Player, it worked for me.))  Please check out the steps in this article “How To Install Shockwave” if the game still doesn’t load in Firefox


2.   You can try and change the settings in Chrome to enable the game to run. In Chrome's address bar, paste (or type): chrome://flags/#enable-npapi



3.   Find "Enable NPAPI Mac, Windows" in the list, and click "Enable," (Please note: if you don't see this option, it might be that your Chrome version hasn't automatically updated. Click here for the few easy steps needed to update Chrome to the latest version.)

4.   Click "Relaunch Now" at the bottom of the page.

When returning back to the game page, if the game hasn’t loaded, in the Chrome's address bar, paste (or type): chrome://plugins/

1.   Return back to the game page, and click the “Reload this page” button in the browser or press F5.

2.   You should now be able to play the game.

There are lots of alternative games (in Flash, HTML5 and WebGL) that will continue to run in Chrome. You'll see some of these as suggested games in instances where a game doesn't load due to this issue.

If you have any further questions, issues or feedback please do not hesitate to contact us.


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