|>>||Anonymous 19sep2020(sa)09:43 No.79858 OP |P1
|Help identify format|
I'm trying to grab a couple of online nick games to add to an offline archive as some of them are hard to find and they remove games without warning. However I can not only not right-click save the games, even going into page info-->media shows no embedded files and no .swf files either. So now I'm not sure if they're flash games with some kind of protection shielding them or if they're html5 games (or any other format) and would like help with this.
game example: nick.tv/nick-originals/games/nickelodeon-champion s-of-the-chill/
tl;dr: I need help downloading games from the page above to archive offline.
|>>||Anonymous 19sep2020(sa)11:33 No.79870 A |P2R1
|If info->media isn't working try opening up your developer tools (f12 on the top browsers) and going to the "networking" tab from the menu that pops up. Whatever requests (i.e. urls ec) are used to load the game should be present there.|
|>>||Anonymous 19sep2020(sa)12:46 No.79889 B |P3R2
+ \/games\/data\/nickelodeon\/nickelodeon-champions -of-the-chill\/html5\/
strongly suggests that this is a html5 game and no flash
I doubt nick would still output anything in flash, such modern and still ongoing online game sites are promt to have jumped onto that futureproof html5 bandwagon as soons as shit hit the fan
|>>||Anonymous 19sep2020(sa)17:13 No.79895 OP |P4R3
|Thanks for the info, I suspected it wasn't flash. Gonna have to download it another way then but at least now I know.|
|>>||Anonymous 20sep2020(su)20:57 No.79926 C |P5R4
keep thinking that until the companies one day decide that you don't want that.
for your safety of course.