ChromeOS is an open source browser based on Chromium that has made the leap to ChromeOS-based devices in recent years.
With ChromeOS and UnityWeb Player, you can now play games on your Chromebooks in a way that feels native and feels as close to a browser as you can get.
In addition to Chrome’s official web browser, UnityWebPlayer is available for Mac and Linux.
For a full list of Unity Web Player’s features, check out the official Unity Webplayer documentation.
But there’s one last option that’s really cool that doesn’t require a Chromium-based computer: Web Fusion.
Web Fusion allows you to seamlessly share your Chrome OS and Unity Web Browser experiences across a variety of devices.
You can play on your Mac and Android devices, but also your Windows PC and Chromebooks.
You can find out more about UnityWebClient here.