I am using one of the new Chrome OS notebooks and was wondering if there is something being worked on to allow me to use unity to at least be able to play the games on kongregate.com and other similar sites. these are the specs of the Chrome CR-48 here http://gdgt.com/google/cr-48/specs/ i would love it if there was something you could do so i could get back to my full gaming experience on my new device
thnx, Shank Fardone
Answer by jonas echterhoff
Feb 16, 2011 at 09:09 AM
At some point in the hopefully not-to-distant future, Google will finish release their native client technology built into Chrome, and we will release a native client version of Unity, which will allow Unity content to be played in Chrome without requiring a plugin. Eventually, this should all come to Chrome OS as well, making Unity content play back there. It's all going to take some more time, however, and I cannot give estimates.
just knowing that it should be coming is alright with me... thanks for the quick answer
two years later...=/
Answer by Will 26
Apr 29, 2011 at 10:39 PM
Since we are beta testing these laptops for Google, I don't suppose we can beta test a client that might work?
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