[quote="R0J0hound":2h5z3j3m]The way I would do it is find what DLLs Construct needs with a program like Dependency Walker
and include them in the same directory as Construct. In reality only a few of the listed DLLs need to be included as most of them come with a windows installation.
I'm also pretty sure that including the DLL files is not enough to run Construct. You may also need to add some registry keys so Construct thinks it's installed. You can get the necessary keys from a computer that you already installed Construct on by exporting the registry directory "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Construct" to a .reg file and running the file before you run Construct.
I haven't tried this myself because all my computers already have construct installed.[/quote:2h5z3j3m]
Durrr, sorry. I forgot to mention I'm able to run construct since I got the .dll files it asked me to get, but I'm still not able to run games from it. That may have to do with the registry though.