Flash will officially end on December 31, 2020. Support for this format will be removed from all major browsers by that date. In short, the time spent on free Newgrounds PC games is lost like many Flash animations. rain. Of course, Internet historians really don’t lose anything from this world. The new Internet Archive collection already stores hundreds of items and will grow even more in the future.
The Internet Archive Collection, like 2005, consists of “animations, games, toys” that can be launched directly in the browser. You don’t need to get Flash because everything runs through the Flash emulator Ruffle. Be worried about the security issues that helped you to stop Flash quickly if the plugin was installed.
Projects like Flashpoint already protect tens of thousands of Flash games and animations in archive format, but to do so, download a large standalone program and save everything you want to play to your hard drive. is needed. This is not a real Flash experience.
No, the real Flash experience is Caramelldansen, Homestar Runner, Ultimate Fate Ultimate Showdown, All Bases Click on Ours, or Something like Loituma Girl, and immediately very for about 3 minutes To see something ridiculous.
The Internet Archive has begun emulating Flash animations, games and toys with a new collection. Located at https://t.co/9oM0KtxYVY, we plan to exceed 1,000 items in 24 hours. You can add and run your own animations, and the animations run more smoothly than ever before. pic.twitter.com/ptO6Igd6V6
— Jason Scott (@textfiles) November 19, 2020
The collection is expected to reach over 1,000 items by November 20th, and as users submit more items, more items will follow. Check out our blog post for more details on our efforts.