Worlds that can be run are usually indicated by a world image to click on (or touch tap), like these:
Simple World 1160 runs ♦ 2 likes By Starter user Created: 1 Oct 2016 Modified: 3 Sep 2019 Simple World with a Mind-controlled agent, randomly-moving enemy, paint blocks with texture.
Complete Infinit... 307 runs ♦ 0 likes By Enhanced Created: 9 Aug 2018 Modified: 26 Aug 2018 This program was made by Nathan Bonnard. In this world, you can generate an infinite world ! Bu...
Blank Three.js World 846 runs ♦ 2 likes By Starter user Created: 20 Nov 2016 Modified: 3 Sep 2019 A simple starter World. An Array of spheres. Painted with textures. Random motion.
Sometimes the run is done by clicking a run button, like:
Try all of the above. They are working links.
A run opens a new tab or window
The run takes place on the client side
(on your local machine, in the browser)
not on the server side.
A run opens a new tab or new window.
Depending on the API,
it may be possible for the user to control the camera in the run window.
Try mouse drag (or touch drag on a touch screen) to move the camera.
Try mouse scroll (or touch pinch on a touch screen) to zoom in and out.
To close the run window
To close the run window:
Click on the Close icon:
Or click on the normal tab or window close icon.
Or use a keyboard shortcut like Ctrl-W.
See keyboard shortcuts for
on different operating systems.
The following links open in new tabs/windows:
Links on the following pages open in new tabs/windows:
This is to protect the editor contents from being reset,
and protect the canvas contents from being reset.
Worlds with the
Web page API
are an exception. Links open in the same window.
Login pages are on the "main" server:
Run windows are on the "run" server:
Warning: A run is like a personal website
All users should be advised that
a run window is essentially a third party personal website.
Login pages on
Run windows on
are user-generated and unknown, like a personal website.
subject to some basic checks.
We do not want to put limits on the imagination of authors.
Authors can write to the run window, redesign it and insert links into it.
Essentially, World authors and Mind authors "own" the run window, as if it was their website.
So you should treat each run as if it is
a personal website
that you have landed on
after following a link.
Now the Web model is mature and safe, so there is no need to worry.
But follow the usual rules:
Do not enter any passwords into a run window (even Ancient Brain passwords).
Do not type any sensitive data into a run window.
Follow any links in it with caution.
Watch out for it redirecting to another server.
Read any user comments.
Check out who wrote it.
Please report misleading or malicious Worlds and Minds to: