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Adobe Flash games to die early next year


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Bad news, 90s kids - Adobe will be removing all of its Flash games in January next year.

Abode announced it would be removing its Flash Player all the way back in 2017 - giving developers and web designers plenty of notice - with it set to wind down at the end of 2020.

Now, Adobe has revealed the date it plans to block Flash content, including its beloved games.

Earlier this month, Adobe updated its Flash Player End of Life (EOL) information page to confirm that it will block Flash content from playing in the Flash Player after 12 January 2021.

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Just about all the games on Facebook are done New Year's Eve. So much for my poker game. I got almost 1.9 billion chips in it too.

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2 hours ago, Eldorado said:

Bad news, 90s kids - Adobe will be removing all of its Flash games in January next year.

Abode announced it would be removing its Flash Player all the way back in 2017 - giving developers and web designers plenty of notice - with it set to wind down at the end of 2020.

Now, Adobe has revealed the date it plans to block Flash content, including its beloved games.

Earlier this month, Adobe updated its Flash Player End of Life (EOL) information page to confirm that it will block Flash content from playing in the Flash Player after 12 January 2021.

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Just make it freeware... greed b****es !

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