[edited by: not2easy at 8:30 pm (utc) on Aug 20, 2018] [edit reason] removed auto-download link [/edit]
I'm missing something. If the game belongs to you (that is, it's your copyright), why do you need to download it from an outside source? And if it doesn't belong to you, why are you putting it on your website? If it's clearly identified as public domain, surely the documentation tells you what to do.
Don't know much about .pak files other than they're pretty common with games, but at any rate, check out this site and get something that will open them. Or google for a program to open a .pak file yourself. [fileinfo.com ] ~good luck
Lucy24, it's not my game. It's a freely available game that anyone can download and add to their website. The creator offers it for free. I've never added an html5 game to a website so I'm a noob at this and simply don't know what to do.
Sorry about posting links. Wasn't aware we weren't allowed to post them.