NOTE: the above Web edition of Mini Micro has some important limitations:
That means it's really only good for trying it out or playing one of the built-in demos. To really experience it, get your own Mini Micro!
Simply unzip the app, put it wherever you like, and launch it. If you get any error about preparing the disk, just click the top disk slot (wide, thin rectangle below the screen) and create a disk file for it; typically this is called user.minidisk. (Mini Micro attempts to create this file for you, but depending on system security settings, it may not be able to without your help.)
Then be sure to grab the Mini Micro Cheat Sheet, which tells you everything you need to know about Mini Micro and MiniScript in only 4 pages!
To build for WebGL, you will also need this file:
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