The Flash Game Archive has launched a 4,000-game collection made with Flash technology that has now been removed from the dusty shelves of history.
Although Flash technology has been permanently disabled in its products by Adobe, other companies, and browser manufacturers since January 2021 after 25 years, the platform continues to form the basis of countless web applications and games.
Today it is still possible to play Flash content, but only using special tools and emulators. Now enthusiasts, a formation called Flash Game Archive, has amassed more than 4,000 classic Flash games. The Flash game library is only 55 MB (version 2.0) because not all games are built into the collection. Instead, each can be started separately on request.
The program opens in full-screen mode, and the interface is divided into several sections: “Categories”, “Favorites”, “New”, “Random game”, “Highly rated”, “Search” and “Hidden” adult content. Resolutions from ultra-low SD (720 × 576 pixels) to high Ultra HD (4K) are supported. Because Flash Game Archive uses multiple versions of Flash 13 by default, it requires an internet connection to function properly.
The program provides access to dozens of different Flash game categories with the appropriate alphabetical list order and you can choose from a variety of categories. Each game’s page shows screenshots and a brief description.
Flash Game Archive works on 64-bit versions of Windows, and with each update, the number of games increases. If you want to experience nostalgia, you can click on the link here to download the package.