Fans of flash games created a 241-gigabyte archive to save them

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By the end of 2020, Adobe will stop supporting Flash technology. This means that hundreds of games and cartoons will sink into oblivion. But the fans were ready for such an outcome and had already taken the necessary measures.

A group of enthusiasts led by YouTube’s BlueMaxima assembled a huge archive of 241 gigabytes, which included a huge number of Flash-works.

The library has over 36 thousand works. They can be downloaded in a huge archive, and then run using HTML5. You can also download the Infinity launcher so that through it you can precisely download everything you need.

Adobe decided to abandon Flash due to the low security of this web platform. It is also considered long obsolete.


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