The Vizzed RGR Plugin is required to play N64, GBA, Genesis and 32X games. It's also recommended for SNES and also can be used, but not required, for GB, GBC and NES. Be sure to restart internet browser after installing!
Operating System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista or 7.
Internet Browser Requirements: The Vizzed RGR Plugin is best used in Firefox but works in most other internet browsers as well. If you plan to use it with Internet Explorer, you'll have to either disable IE Protected Mode or use a PC Controller.
There is a new versin of the Plugin Out!
You don't have the latest Vizzed RGR Plugin Installed, it is required!
Download and run the latest Vizzed RGR Plugin installer. If you already have an older version of the plugin, running the installer for the latest version will automatically upgrade your version. It's no longer important to manually do an uninstall first and it's better to just let it auto upgrade. Be sure to restart internet browser after installing!
The Vizzed RGR Plugin for Chrome requires Flash to be enabled!
We couldn't detect Flash enabled for Chrome and it's needed for the Vizzed RGR Plugin.
Please open a browser tab and navigate to chrome://plugins by typing it into the address bar and pressing enter. Look for 'Adobe Flash Player' and see if it's enabled. If it's disabled and gray, click on Enable and then refresh this page. If you got this error text and it was enabled, you should go on the forum for support.
The Vizzed RGR Plugin appears to not be installed!
We couldn't detect a new Vizzed RGR Plugin installed for Chrome that utilizes Flash, which is now a requirement for Chrome. The first official version we released utilizing Flash was 2.40 in September.
It's possible this could be a false alarm if the Vizzed Helper Service was closed on your computer. It's required to be running for the Chrome Flash based plugin to work right. It normally starts when you boot your computer or install the plugin and just sits in standby using near zero CPU and memory until a Vizzed play game page is opened.
If you think you might have this new version and this could be a false alarm, do the following:
1) Click your Windows start button and type: vizzed
2) Look to see if it finds: Vizzed Helper Service (normally auto-started)
3) If it doesn't find it, you should download the latest plugin version from the link below.
4) If it finds it, click that link and then refresh this page.