the HTML5 wrapper I've proposed has a big limit (as Ashley says): it requires that IE9 is installed, with all the conseguences.
0plus1 has said a right thing: I can try to use webkit/gecko/other engine (Firefox / Safari / Chrome, ecc.). In this case there are some things that need a test:
- can the engine be used without the Browser installed?
- can the engine be used directly without to ask the user to install something?
- can the engine be used in any Windows OS version?
- does the engine fully support HTML5 and, particularly, all the Construct 2 games features?
The best thing is to execute a real export of the Construct project to EXE, a kind of compatibility between Construc2 project and Construct classic project, but obviously this isn't my competence...
Thanx for the replies,