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I've just realised that Google+ had games now. So basically, does anyone know if Google+ games are built based on flash or pure HTML5?

If they are based on pure HTML5, aren't they more easily hackable since the client can simply edit the HTML and stuff like that?

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You can see that for yourself by right-clicking on the page and either viewing the page source. Alternatively if you get the context menu for Flash you'll know it's Flash. –  Al E. Aug 13 '11 at 23:44
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I can't find any information, but I suspect that you'd have a choice. Flash and HTML5 would be a minimum, but I suspect that Unity 3D is supported and NaCl certainly will be once it comes out of beta.

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