Where is the default GazePlay folder?
How can I add my own Images to GazePlay?
In a folder of your choice, create a folder called
images can have 3 sub-folders:
portraits: images used by creampie, ninja and portrait bubbles. Images should be small (300×300 pixels).
magiccards: images used by magic cards. You can use all image sizes.
blocs: images used by blocks and scratchcard. Choose big images, preferably the same size as the screen.
You can change the image folder within GazePlay in the configuration menu, so you can have as many image folders as you like.
Adding custom games to Where Is It?
Follow these steps to find the Where Is It folder on your computer, and add your own custom games:
Before adding your photos, you’ll need to create a
To do this, open some spreadsheet software, like Excel or Google Sheets. Then, fill a table such as the example below:
||Where is the bathtub?|
||Where is the biscuit?|
||Where is the bus?|
The first column is the name of the folders you’ll add, the
pictos column is the name of the image file in that folder, and
eng represents the english translation of the question to ask the player. You can change this from
eng to another language if you want - the game will choose the right translation for your chosen language. Supported languages are:
alb, ara, chn, deu, ell, eng, fin, fra, hrv, ind, ita, jpn, pol, por, zsm, nld, rus, spa, vnm
Remember to save your spreadsheet as
questions.csv and place it in the
How can I create a shortcut on Windows?
/binfolder in your GazePlay installation folder.
- Right-click on
gazeplay-windows.batand select create a shortcut.
- Move the shortcut on the desktop.
- Double-click on the shortcut to launch GazePlay.
I’m clicking on gazeplay-windows.bat but it doesn’t work. Why?
You may see an error message stating that you don’t have a Java Virtual Machine on your computer.
To fix this, check that there is a
jre folder in your GazePlay installation folder. If there
is not, you will need to redownload the latest version of GazePlay.