Unity Web Player
Unity Web Player
5.3.8f2

4.5

Unity Web Player free download for Mac

Unity Web Player

5.3.8f2
08 November 2018

Unity plugin for multiple browsers.

Overview

The Unity Web Player displays blazing 3D content created with Unity directly in your browser.

Unity allows you to build rich 3D games with animated characters, sizzling graphics, and immersive physics. Then you can deliver the games to the Web or as standalone players.

The data files are usually as small as a few megabytes for simple games.

What's new in Unity Web Player

Version 5.3.8f2:

Note: The Unity Webplayer is no longer supported. We provide this download link to the last build for convenience, but be aware that the Unity Webplayer has been deprecated and will not get any further update. If you want to deliver Unity made content via web browser we recommend you use WebGL

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6 Unity Web Player Reviews

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echix
18 June 2013

Most helpful

This Unity Web Player-Version does NOT support PowerPC-Macs (PPC).
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Version 4.1.5f1
Derekcurrie
08 November 2018
The LAST version of Unity Web Player is v5.3.8f2, dated May 18, 2017. Unity says: "Unity Webplayer – NOT SUPPORTED "The Unity Webplayer is no longer supported. We provide this download link to the last build for convenience, but be aware that the Unity Webplayer has been deprecated and will not get any further update. If you want to deliver Unity made content via web browser we recommend you use WebGL." WebGL is built into all modern browsers. Just be sure your browser preferences aren't set to disable WebGL, which can be the case with certain computer configurations. If your computer poses problems, you'll see "WebGL" settings listed in Safari at: Preferences/Websites. Consult Safari Help for more.
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Version 5.3.8f1
1 answer(s)
Viktor MacUpdate
Viktor MacUpdate
08 November 2018
Thank you for letting us know about this! We displayed the information you provided in the app's listing.
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onemac-net
11 August 2014
Google for UnityWidgets and get awesome games for the dashboard ;-)
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Version 4.5.2f1
echix
18 June 2013
This Unity Web Player-Version does NOT support PowerPC-Macs (PPC).
Like (6)
Version 4.1.5f1
3 answer(s)
-rick-v-
-rick-v-
01 August 2013
Huh, so, you gave it a half-star because they no longer support PowerPC Macs. Apple switched from PowerPC 7 years ago, so why is it expected that 3rd parties like Unity should bend over backwards to support them? Heck, even the first generation of Intel processors aren't supported anymore. I actually admire that you're still chugging along with a PowerMac and that it still fulfills your needs. But for companies like Unity, it's a simple matter of economics– they look at the number of active PowerMacs out there, and the effort get their software working with older API's and operating systems, and the answer is pretty obvious...
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Jess-MacUpdate
Jess-MacUpdate
13 October 2013
I wish we had seen your comment when you first posted it, but we've definitely seen it now. You're right, echix, when you say that the plug-in doesn't support PPC, and I've changed that in the listing so no one else will make the same mistake based on our information. However, as _rick_v_ pointed out, you're not right in rating the plug-in with one-half star, so I'm removing the rating but leaving the comment.
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Panocha
Panocha
08 October 2014
It doesn't support Mac Classic, or the Apple II either...
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Aetnaria
12 January 2011
3.1.0f4 is the current Unity Web Player version. 2.6.1f3 was working fine for me until the OS X 10.6.6 update, after which things failed to load. Upgrading to the 3.1.0f4 plugin fixed that.
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Version 2.6.1f3
Anonymous
10 July 2009
works in Safari (Webkit), but not Camino (Gecko) Camino Version: 1.6.6Int (1608.12.12) crashes: Camino.app/Contents/MacOS/components/talkback/talkback.dylib
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Version 2.5.1
Lee123
11 April 2008
Wow, This is cool stuff. This thing fired right up in icab without a hitch and what an impressive piece of work. The demo on the web "tropical paradise" is simply amazing. In the future I want to play good games over my browser that look like the demo. I see potential here although I am not sure where the revenue stream will come from.
Like (1)
Version 1.6.2