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How to upload and play Unity WebGL games on IPFS using Slate

akuokojnr profile image Akuoko Daniel Jnr Updated on ・1 min read

Slate is an open-source storage network which makes it possible for people to store, collect, organize, and link files together. In this short tutorial, I will show you how to upload and play Unity WebGL games on IPFS using Slate in 4 simple steps. Let's dive right into it.

Zip the folder which contains your Unity WebGL game build.

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Folder contents of a sample Unity WebGL game build

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Folder content after ziping Unity WebGL game files


If you do not have an account already, visit https://slate.host/_ and create an account on Slate. If you have an account already, log in to your Slate account.

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Image showing Slate sign-up page


In the Welcome page, drag the game zip file into Slate to upload it.

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Image showing upload Unity WebGL game zip


Click on the game to open and enjoy.

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Image showing opened Unity WebGl game in Slate. To try out this game, visit here

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Do you have the link to your webGL game so that we can try the demo?

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Akuoko Daniel Jnr Author • Edited

Absolutely. I have put the game on a public slate so that you can view it. Here is a link to it: slate.host/daniel86/games/cid:QmNP...

I have edited the main post to include it. Thank you for pointing this out.