hi to all 3dradders, Ive decided to put here my older World War One themed game. It was designed to be a single mission arcade game only (mission enhancable later maybe), so maybe it could be here at Completed Games section...
The game goal is to destroy enemy tanks with airplane bomber
Before adding the link I want to ask you... Is this file malicious? Google Chrome blocked it...
nope well, Ive noticed such fake alerts too. its because almost all my public released game stuff are encoded packages, usually with molebox. some content is just hidden for the enduser, stored in the executable directly. the latest releases (eg. the Komet PaintKit tool) are encoded with enigma, which seems is better accepted.
my plan is to repack all the public release packs in a visible future, but aside a lack of time usually I cant find the proper sources. sorry for that another question is if it helps, because with some another browser or its future updates such alerts could appear again...
well, I was trying the Enigma encoded package download with Chrome anti-malware "feature" enabled and it causes same fake alerts.
I really would like to keep some parts of my public stuff protected, so instead of fight with the dummy Chrome, Ive added to all my download links a small note:
None of the downloadable packages and/or included exe files on my site contain viruses. However, you may get a FALSE POSITIVE AV or web browser warning when downloading, unpacking or running the stuff. It is because almost all my public releases contents encoded packages to avoid of rippring some of my public released work (some file content is just hidden for the enduser, stored in the executables directly).
If you get such warnings, just temporarily disable the AV or browser protection, or use different browser.
in another words, to download and enjoy the WW1 game, the enduser just will disable the Chrome anti-malware settings or will use Internet Explorer, Firefox or so... or he just will ignore the game. which is shame, how many finished 3drad games we have, right?