A Flash Player emulator written in Rust (by ruffle-rs)

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  • Who else has witnessed panic at the hands of Adobe Flash going EOL? | 2021-01-13
    Also, ruffle exists. A bunch of flash gaming pages like newgrounds and kongregate as well as the internet archive use it to archive flash games. It can be added as a wasm file to a web page to detect swf content and emulate it.
  • HELP!!! I UNINSTALLED FLASH- NOW ALL LINKS ON APPS (e.g.word, outlook, audacity) WONT OPEN LINKS IN CHROME. | 2021-01-09
    If you still want to be able to play swf files or other flash files, here is a flash emulator: Ruffle
  • PSA: ruffle is a safe in-browser Flash emulator to play SWF files
    I was also asked to share this with you: This was one of the additional comments provided: "The biggest blocker is patents, all of the codecs are patented and we don't have rights."
  • How can I continue to play downloaded flash games after Jan 12th? | 2021-01-07
    Ruffle is an alternative.
  • [D] Monday Request and Recommendation Thread | 2021-01-06
    While there are probably no new flash games appearing, with something like this and the archive archiving flash games, we probably don't have to worry too much about these old games.
  • It Lives | 2021-01-02
    Here's the GitHub:
  • Do you miss adobe flash | 2021-01-02
    Actual Adobe Flash? Hell no, it's such a good riddance I can't state it enough. Open protocols like HTML5 are way better. Do I miss all the games and other stuff that was made with it? Yes. But I believe something like ruffle will replace it in a secure manner and help us preserve every flash swf ever made
  • I read that cool math games switched to HTML 5 with Flash now dead. What does that include? | 2021-01-01
    However, with WebAssembly, we can now do a lot more on the web including compiling things written in entirely different languages (such as Rust) to run in the browser. Take a look at ruffle, which is a Flash Player emulator written in Rust, but runs in the browser thanks to Wasm:
  • RIP Ultimate Flash Sonic
    For those wondering, the skidding sound is a known bug: with a fix currently in progress:
  • Flash is officially no more on the website. Here's an update that they posted on it. (Post-Flash Update)
    Yeah, I noticed that too. I hope and would imagine it's been logged as an issue in the Ruffle Github. Looks like there are 515 currently reported right now:
  • Flash Dies Today: December 31st 2020 is officially End Of Life for Adobe Flash
    You could try - haven’t tried it myself but seems like it would do the trick.
  • WebAssembly Studio | 2020-12-31
  • ... | 2020-12-31
    Вполне может вернуться через эмуляторы, как вот этот
  • Thank you | 2020-12-30
    Here it is here:


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ruffle-rs/ruffle is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.