A new game finished

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  1. diklazam

    diklazam Villager Member

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    I don't axcetly know where to put my post but I have a problem.
    I completed a game (rpg game vx ace) and made my own site which include link to the DEMO that can be download for free.
    the site name is "www.gamesil.co" and in the first page there is a links to pictures and downloading.
    The problem is that when I asked some friends to download the game they can download it but there is a software which deny them to open it.
    this is exe file and I don't understand what is the problem.
    I hope you can help me to solve this problem by trying to download it.
    tx dikla
     
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  2. Kes

    Kes Global Moderators Global Mod

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    I've moved this thread to Tech Support. Please be sure to post your threads in the correct forum next time. Thank you.


    Can you please specify which program is denying them access, if that is specified.
    The usual culprit is an antivirus program which gives a false postive. Also Windows will often do that, and you have to click the bit of the message which gives more details. You then select 'Run anyway'.
     
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  3. Roninator2

    Roninator2 Gamer Veteran

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    If they get this
    upload_2019-12-1_8-59-29.png
    click More info.
    upload_2019-12-1_8-59-48.png
    click run anyway
     
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    mlogan Global Moderators Global Mod

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    When you packaged your game, did you include the RTP? If not, it may be what it is requiring of them.
     
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