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Flash game thread! Any lengthy jewels?
No.417669
Anonymous
Haven't really touched a flash game in years.
No.417670
Anonymous
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I only have flash animations and loops, not really any games.

Also, while you can post them here, no browser will be able to play them once Chrome removes its support soon.
No.417671
Anonymous
Replies:>>417672
>>417670
>Also, while you can post them here, no browser will be able to play them once Chrome removes its support soon.
Is that so? They are moving into obsolescence then.
No.417672
Flash Games
Replies:>>417673
>>417671
No, newgrounds will distribute an emulator, and I think waterfox and palemoon will still support flash. You can also play .swfs locally.
No.417673
Anonymous
Replies:>>417674
>>417672
I very much doubt they can get flash emulated that easily, though with Newsgrounds behind it, at least they got a decent chance. Firefox & its derivatives have extremely small browser share (last time I checked they had the same share as IE + Edge combined).

If Newsgrounds can get that emulator running, that would kick ass, but Flash is so complex that I'm not particularly hopeful.
No.417674
Flash Games
>>417673

True; these browsers have little share, but they will still allow enthusiasts to play flash.
No.417676
Anonymous
Newgrounds seems like its gotten a notable boost as a website from Tumblr falling apart and artists migrating to a place that will actually have their NSFW art.
No.417989
Anonymous
I've no interest in visiting the internet games of yesteryears but I came across this and it seems relevant to the thread

http://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/datahub/Game_Master_List
No.418786
Anonymous
Replies:>>418787
Flash is Dead
No.418787
Anonymous
>>418786
It outlived Steve Jobs.

Speaking of which, Flash support in browsers officially ends this year. We oughta have a thread about it?
No.418788
Anonymous
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>>418787
This IS the thread to talk about it in.
No.418789
Anonymous
>>418788
I mean a general thread for Flash stuff, not just games but loops as well.
No.419052
Vsauce
Replies:>>419053
>>417668

Flash games were fun af
No.419053
Anonymous
>>419052
they were okay.
No.419463
Anonymous
>>417668
>>418787
This seems highly relevant to the topic of this thread for people wanting to relive classic content.
https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/

Haven't actually tried it myself yet, do others have feedback or words of warning regarding this flashpoint?