On the Macintosh, it is possible to create iconized versions of Java programs. These look like ordinary programs to users. They still require the Java runtime, which can be obtained from Apple's web site: Apple Java Page
Here is a binhexed version for the Macintosh:
I'm not an expert on creating iconized versions for other environments. To run a Java program without a Web viewer in these environments, you need a Java runtime environment. This should already be included in your operating system.
Next you need the program class libraries. For Fractal,
To run Fractal, type "java Fractal".