The Internet Archive have added a WebAssembly-based Flash emulator to their emulation suite, and are preserving 2000s-vintage Flash games, playable in a modern HTML5-capable browser:
It's an emulator written in Rust and compiled to WebAssembly
@acb Oh my god, this is amazing. I've just gone down the most wonderful memory lane of getting drunk and doing the caramelldansen at far too many social gatherings
I was just making the jump from print to Web design around 1995 or '96, when Macromedia first rolled out Flash — it was called "Shockwave" at the time — and at the initial product demos we heard all kinds of hype about interactive instruction and real-time data display, but my first thought was "oh, christ, here come the Banner Ads From Hell".
...and, sure enough...
@acb also talking about flash dying check flashpoint, they are doing an amazing work to offer a giant amount of flash games
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