Unity Web Player for Mac5.2.0f3
Unity is a game development environment that comes packed with a powerful rendering engine and can be used to create 2D and 3D content that has an interactive component.
The Unity Web Player is a web browser plug-in that enables you to visualize projects developed using the Unity engine inside your Google Chrome, Safari, or Firefox web browsers.
Effortless to install internet plug-in for accessing 3D Unity content inside the browser
To get started you must mount the Unity Web Player DMG and double click on the contained package: the installer puts everything in place while requiring minimal user interaction.
The best part is that the process can be completed without restarting any of the target applications. To check if the installation was successful, navigate to the plug-in area of any of the three supported web browsers and verify if the Unity Web Player plug-in is listed.
Visualize and interact with Unity games within your browser
Whenever you are accessing a website that hosts games or other type of 2D or 3D content developed using the Unity engine, the plug-in automatically kicks in, helping your browser to seamlessly render the content.
As a result, you will be able to play game inside the browser, just like you would do in a desktop application. Noteworthy is that you should check for an updated plug-in version periodically to avoid using an outdated version that might be vulnerable to security threats.
User friendly browser plug-in designed to provide support for interactive Unity projects
The Unity Web Player browser plug-in integrates quickly with your Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari application in order to offer you the possibility to enjoy and interact with Unity games without having to download desktop applications.