The Internet Archive announces retention of Flash games and animation
The Internet Archive announces retention of Flash games and animation

The popular Internet Archive website announced that it will simulate flash-based animation and games in its suite of programs. Support for Adobe Flash programs is nearing the end, as Adobe Flash programs stop popular games and animations based on the program.

Adobe announced in late July 2017 that it would end support for Flash Player before the end of 2020, and announced in June of last year that support for Flash Player would end on December 31. Adobe will not release any software security updates or patches in December after this date. Users are advised to uninstall the launcher before this date.

Additionally, Adobe is removing all archives of previous versions of Flash Player from its official website and bans Flash content from playing. The company also requires users who have Flash Player installed to uninstall it before the expiration date.

Internet Archive, a digital non-profit library, said on its blog: "With the Ruffle flash emulator, which is under development, we have added Flash support to the Internet Archive simulation. Subgroups are working." The flash component in the browser is exactly the same as the installed flash plugin. "

The site added: "Although Ruffle is not 100% compatible with Flash, many of the historical Flash animations run smoothly and accurately in the browser."

It's worth noting that after Flash support ends, you will no longer be able to play popular games like FarmVille on Facebook. FarmVille developer Zynga has decided to end the original Flash-based game before the end of the year. When it comes to Facebook, it works hard to help developers switch from Flash and keep offering its games.

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