Browser Games FAQ - Evolutionary Casual Games

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Want your own browser game for your website?

Need a unique marketing idea?
Are some parts of your business difficult to explain?
Do people never read your frequently asked questions?

You can solve the problem by giving your clients a short game to play that illustrates your business processes or your product.

Or perhaps you want to give people a reason to keep coming back to your website – like to play a fun browser game.

Contact Evolutionary Casual Games to create a browser game for your website. We specialise in hyper-casual browser games.


What type of game can I get?
This service is for short games but the rest is up to your imagination.

For example:

  • If you sell pet treats you could have players guide a dog to eat as many healthy treats as it can while avoiding unhealthy treats (picture a maze where the players tap the screen or use their arrow keys to guide the dog).
  • If you're a supermarket and you have a special on a specific product, have a game where people must find that object, and not the others (picture a hidden object game).

How long does it take to create a browser game?
Expect each of these steps to take from 1 to 5 working days:

  • Refining the game concept
  • Creating graphics, sounds and music
  • Programming the game
  • Testing the game

Will the game work on all the browsers?
The game will be tested on the major browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari.

How do I incorporate a browser game into my website?
You must have access to your website via a file manager. For example, if you have a control panel, you can go the File Manager and upload the files from there.

The game development software will create an html page and a folder with the graphics and data. Your website must link to the html page.

Can I publish the game through my WordPress site?
Yes, if you have access to a File Manager. You can't upload the game via the WordPress template because you need to upload the data folder.

The responsive code used to make websites fit the screen might also interfere with the browser game, so it's better to upload a clean html page via your file manager.

Do browser games use a lot of bandwidth?
It depends on the game.

The browser games on this website requires about 1 MB download – and that's all the bandwidth players are using. Thereafter they're playing the game on their browser, not on my website.

But if you have thousands of people coming to your website and playing the game, that might add up.

What if I want a browser game but don't want to host it on my own website?
You can host the game on a third-party website, like and place a widget on your website that points players to it.

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