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Okay, so you created your game. Now what? How do you package it up
and deploy it so other people can play it? Sadly, this can be a
pretty confusing topic- especially after the recent changes in how
Java works on the internet. The official Oracle tutorials can be pretty
convoluted, so this is my attempt at explaining things in a way that
everybody can understand.
Depending on who you are, you might care about different parts of this tutorial.
- History: This is geared towards anybody curious about why
Java deployment works the way it does.
- Security Settings: This is geared towards end users
(players), and it shows you how to change your settings to make
games work. Note that it's probably not a good idea to rely on your
users to change settings just to run your game!
- Exporting Processing: This is for Processing developers
who want to convert their sketch into something other people can
- Combining Jars: One of the easiest ways to deploy Java is to simply create a runnable jar.
- Packaged Executables: these look and feel like native applications.
Next: A Brief History