Okay. Good to know. Where can I find the copy if it did duplicate and I don't see it (which I don't)? Or, is there a way to copy everything but the media? That could be helpful. I can re-upload relevant media to a pared-down version/s but I would like to preserve the game structure components so that what I re-build is parallel with what we have. When I search My Games, no duplicate copy shows up. And the most recent Duplicate Game attempt also resulted in just a spinning circle telling me not to close it until it was finished.
I am going to think through this a bit but if I can't duplicate the game in order to strip it, I may be inclined to start from scratch to build up the pared-down version. This is not ideal. But I do want to preserve the structure of what I've got right now and more deliberately cut it. What is comprising the bulk of that data is the short video clips we've uploaded. There are quite a few. Yes, I do have all the assets locally, so I can manually strip them out. But I would much prefer to strip from the duplicated copy rather than from my master so that I have a history I can compare against as I rebuild. One option we are contemplating is to replace video plaques with web page plaques linking to YouTube with the content.
I'll try to duplicate our game again shortly and then, based on the 8-minute timeout feature, will abort if still spinning after 8-10 minutes.