What Happened to Flash Games?
On 31 December 2020, Adobe stopped supporting Flash Player. As of the 12th January 2021, they blocked all content from running in Flash Player. There are various reasons for the death of Flash. Security holes, slow speeds, and not being optimized for mobile are just some reasons. There were also new technologies surpassing Flash before its demise, like HTML5.
As a result, Google decided it would eventually stop indexing Flash content. With the tide very much turned against them, Adobe decided it was time to put Flash to rest.
How Can I Play Flash Games?
Thanks to emulation software like Ruffle, you can still enjoy many of your favorite Flash games on CrazyGames. It’s a good job, too, as many Flash titles are considered irreplaceable gems. Ruffle is a program that works on our end, so you don't have to download anything to play the games.
Some developers have since updated their games using modern technology like HTML5 and WebGL, so you can browse our HTML5 games to play those without emulation.
Classic Flash Games
Many Flash games were released way back in the early 2000s through creative communities like Newgrounds. Some of these games are still popular today. Check out these games if you’re looking for some fun and nostalgia:
As always, you can browse our full Flash games collection above for more legendary titles.
What are Flash Games?
We collected 313 of the best free online flash games. These games include browser games for both your computer and mobile devices, as well as apps for your Android and iOS phones and tablets. They include new flash games such as AshBelt and top flash games such as Whack Your Ex, ESPN Arcade Baseball, and Sift Heads World Ultimatum.