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You may need to adjust your computer monitor settings. If your computer monitor is set at 800x600 pixels or less, you may not be able to see the entire screen.
You may need to update the Flash player software that powers our free online games. The player is free and it only takes a minute or two to download. To update your free Flash player software, please visit Adobe's here. For best results, you may need to quit and reopen your browser or restart your computer after installation.
You may have Flash storage disabled. To change Flash Global Storage Settings please visits Adobe's here and verify that "Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer" is checked. To see the results immediately you may need to clear your browser cache.
If you have already updated your free Flash player software and have restarted your computer, it is most likely that the game problems you’re experiencing are caused by an issue with your current Flash player. If you are having trouble, the first step is to uninstall and re-install a clean copy of the Adobe Flash Player.
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