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2009-09-04, 03:45 PM
Stood in the Fire
I’m sitting here in my computer lab, and I saw a guy playing WoW… now to my knowledge, these computers don’t have WoW, and it looked like he was playing on a web browser. He wasn’t watching a full screen video (I watched for a while, he was definetly playing)
So does anyone know if this is real, and if so… how can I find it?
I’ve got nearly 3 hours between my two classes here, with nowhere else to go while waiting.
What are the three things a wise man fears?
The deep of the sea, a moonless night, and the wrath of a patient man.
2009-09-04, 03:47 PM
Field Marshal
Re: Play WoW on your browser?
Video settings > windowed mode. You’ll need to open wow to change it to this.
2009-09-04, 03:49 PM
Scarab Lord
Originally Posted by Gaspmmochamp
2009-09-04, 03:51 PM
Yeah, I use that setting at my home.
I guess I’ll have to inspect the exact computer he’s on, maybe he snuck WoW onto there or something.
2009-09-04, 03:53 PM
The Patient
2009-09-04, 04:02 PM
2009-09-04, 04:04 PM
I am Murloc!
My wow runs great of a USB device…
2009-09-04, 04:07 PM
Pandaren Monk
Originally Posted by Nye
This I have 2 copies of wow one on my desktop (normal Play)
one on my flash drive.
Wow does not need any resources form windows/mac nor any drivers it is self sustained. so you can xfer or copy the wow folder and be able to play it.
2009-09-04, 04:10 PM
16 gig USB stick will fit whole WoW with your own addons and settings. No installation necessary. Just plug and play
Never going to log into this garbage forum again as long as calling obvious troll obvious troll is the easiest way to get banned.
Trolling should be.
2009-09-04, 04:11 PM
A stick or hard drive/disk wathever its called that he plugs in.
2009-09-04, 04:30 PM
I have a portable external drive that has a lot of my photos and client projects on, so I figured why not? and installed WoW onto it.
Best thing I ever did. Now I can plug it in and log on from anywhere. =)
Originally Posted by vep
Stop looking for sense in a game that mails you dragons.
2009-09-04, 04:34 PM
Originally Posted by Jordybe
remote desktop??
WoW won’t play through remote desktop. At least, that’s the message I always get whenever I’ve tried to do it.
You can try to launch the app, but an error msg pops up that says that.
I’d agree with the others. Likely a flash drive install.
2009-09-04, 04:42 PM
Play any game on your browser via Gaikai
Gaikai “Streaming Worlds” is a browser streaming technology that allows you to access any game from your own browser independent of your OS, hardware or location.
There’s a demo video there – fast forward to 06:00 to see World of Warcraft in action.
This is just a simple demo of our Gaikai video game streaming technology working in a Firefox browser with no installs, no plug-ins. These retail games (selected because we think they are cool) are all being played on a remote server with a 800 mile round trip to my PC.
The games are unmodified and are completely virtualized so we can run multiple different games on the same server at the same time. One of the reasons the iPhone has over a billion downloads now, is because they made access really easy (click to download, click to play), we have managed to get our technology down to just the single “click to play” so you can play anywhere on the web (home, work, school, on the road), and the games can come to you (on a Facebook canvas page, Myspace, Flash sites etc. )
We will start buying bulk servers soon and after that, we will begin closed beta in California, so make sure to sign up at: if you want to help us out.
2009-09-04, 04:48 PM
I’m using for remote desktoping via Firefox to my PC from work. It’s not really worth it to play WoW through it though, way too slow update rate in Firefox, but it can easily be used for simple tasks like Auction House farming.
2009-09-04, 04:53 PM
Yeah, I was looking into Gaikai. Signed up for the beta.
I’ll definetly try the USB… thanks folks!
2009-09-04, 04:57 PM
i was going to try the usb way – but i accidently broke it off so: /
2009-09-04, 04:58 PM
Gaikai looks REALLY interesting. I also signed up for beta. I’d like to see how is handles things like addons or other client side gaming stuff like control set ups for game pads etc. Pretty cool…
2009-09-04, 05:07 PM
For years now used VNC to play WoW, well it’s not really playing, feels more like being in Dalaran on Pentium 1 PC. I just set WoW to windowed mode and put the highest setting available in VNC (have a good connection at home and at work)
I can easily do dailies and heroics that way… anything with more action becomes really hard cause VNC doesnt seem to be able to stream full motion video (you get some skips here and there) but it works and VNC is free.
And having it set up through an SSH tunnel on a router with port triggered access makes it extremely secure.
2009-09-04, 05:19 PM
Largest flash drive I have is 8g with nothing else on it, is that enough?
2009-09-04, 05:31 PM
Originally Posted by Jazzun
No. All my installs are north of 8GB
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wowserhq/wowser: World of Warcraft in the browser ... - GitHub

wowserhq/wowser: World of Warcraft in the browser … – GitHub

World of Warcraft in the browser using JavaScript and WebGL.
Licensed under the MIT license.
Wowser is in the process of being split up into (at minimum) the following parts:
Client (user interface loaded from XML/LUA)
Pipeline server (serves up resources from the official client)
This repository will in the future become an umbrella package.
Wowser is a proof-of-concept of getting a triple-A game to run in a webbrowser,
attempting to tackle a wide variety of challenges: data retrieval, socket
connections, cryptography, 3d graphics, binary data handling, background workers
and audio, to name a few.
Wowser is aiming to be both a low-level API as well as a graphical client,
interacting with a World of Warcraft server like an official client would.
Note: Only Wrath of the Lich King (3. 3. 5a) is currently supported. A copy of
the official client is required.
Warning: Do not attempt to use this client on official/retail servers as
your account may get banned.
At present, Wowser is capable of:
Authenticating by username / password.
Listing available realms.
Connecting to a realm.
Listing characters available on a realm.
Joining the game world with a character.
Logging game world packets, such as when a creature moves in the vicinity.
In addition, there’s good progress on getting terrain and models rendered.
Browser Support
Wowser is presumed to be working on any browser supporting JavaScript’s typed
arrays and at the very least a binary version of the WebSocket protocol.
Wowser is written in ES2015, developed with webpack and Gulp, compiled by
Babel and soon™ to be tested through Mocha.
Clone the repository:
git clone git
Download and install – including npm – for your platform.
Install dependencies:
Install StormLib and BLPConverter, which are used to handle Blizzard’s
game files.
Webpack’s development server monitors source files and builds:
Wowser will be served on localhost:8080.
Pipeline server
To deliver game resources to its client, Wowser ships with a pipeline.
Build the pipeline:
Keep this process running to monitor source files and automatically rebuild.
After building, serve the pipeline as follows in a separate process:
On first run you will be prompted to specify the following:
Path to client data folder (e. g. C:/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft/Data)
Server port (default is 3000)
Number of cluster workers (default depends on amount of CPUs)
Clear these settings by running npm run reset
Disclaimer: Wowser serves up resources to the browser over HTTP. Depending
on your network configuration these may be available to others. Respect laws and
do not distribute game data you do not own.
Socket proxies
To utilize raw TCP connections a WebSocket proxy is required for JavaScript
Websockify can – among other things – act as a proxy for raw TCP sockets.
For now, you will want to proxy both port 3724 (auth) and 8129 (world). Use a
different set of ports if the game server is on the same machine as your client.
npm run proxy 3724 host:3724
npm run proxy 8129 host:8129
When contributing, please:
Fork the repository
Open a pull request (preferably on a separate branch)
How To Play World Of Warcraft Free In 2020 -

How To Play World Of Warcraft Free In 2020 –

World of Warcraft is still regarded as one of the globe’s most popular games sixteen years after its release, and now anyone can play it free without hitting any snags. You will have limited access, but you can spend as long as you want to explore.
The experienced players out there might opt to use their heaps of gold over at Blizzard to purchase additional time, meaning you can keep your cash in your wallet.
World of Warcraft is still regarded as one of the globe’s most popular games sixteen years after its release
Without further digression, here’s how to play WoW completely to grips with free account limitations.
Free World of Warcraft accounts can play until reaching level 20 of the overall 120 level cap, and after hitting that limit, they can keep playing, but XP won’t be counted.
In-game communication is also restricted with free accounts, guild joining is unavailable, and there’s also a cap of just ten gold applicable. If your subscription has become stagnant, you will have an account that gets reverted to similar restrictions that apply to a free account, except for the ability to allow your main character to jump into the same Guild as your other characters. You will be able to create new characters, but you’ll lose access to any characters above level 20.
Free accounts are ideal for playing unlimited time on World of Warcraft to decide if the game is right for you.
Create your account and download the client
Head over to the World of warcraft account creation page to start the free signup process. For those that have existing accounts, you can jump right in and download the client right away.
Click the signup button and complete to form with all of the required details; no credit card is needed for a free account. After you’ve completed the form select the option labeled ”play it free”.
Your download may begin automatically. If not, select the download option to begin your download. Open the installer once the download finishes to begin installing the client.
Begin verification
You will have received an email to verify your account, which will be the email used at the time you created your account. Confirm your email by clicking the link in the email.
Install WoW and start playing!
Head back over to and log in using your shiny new account. You’ll be prompted to install World of Warcraft, hit submit. Once the download finishes (it’s 70gb so it’ll take a while) it will ask you to install the remaining WoW services, which may require you to accept some terms and conditions.
Once installed, you are ready to begin playing World of Warcraft! Open the application and launch the game from there. Select a server and create a new character by following the on-screen prompts. New players are advised to avoid PVP and Roleplaying servers until they gain an understanding of how to play the game properly.
Once installed, you are ready to begin playing World of Warcraft!
Extending a paid membership with Tokens
Back in April 2015, there was a World of Warcraft update which saw the introduction of WoW Tokens. Tokens are items that players can obtain as part of a World of Warcraft 30 day subscription. Players can use real money to purchase Tokens to sell on in the auction house in-game in exchange for gold. Doing so essentially allows you to buy the game using the gold you get from playing the game. Free accounts don’t have access to the auction house, and World of Warcraft tokens are pretty pricey, meaning this is not a possible option to continue playing for free. In other words, if you decide to reap the fruits of a 30-day subscription, you can easily maintain your subscription for free with the use of tokens.
We hope you’ve found our guide useful, and if you have any questions, feel free to drop us a line.
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Can you play WoW in browser?

World of Warcraft in the browser using JavaScript and WebGL. Licensed under the MIT license.

Can you play World of Warcraft online without downloading?

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Can you play WoW through Remote Desktop?

You could just use TeamViewer or Chrome Remote Desktop for the same purpose, but if you do get to the front of the queue and want to start playing from your phone or from the office, you’ll want Parsec for our input handling, low latency, and high frame rates.

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