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Ruffle

An open source Flash player

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    2023-05-25

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  • Revive old flash games using ruffle and trystero
    Some of you may know ruffle (https://ruffle.rs). - Source: Hacker News / 12 days ago
  • Orisinal: Morning Sunshine (recovered old flash games)
    The memories… I often wondered what would happen to those wonderful Orisinal mini games after Flash's death, without actually checking out the site. Would Ferry Halim find the time to port them to "HTML5"? Would they just… disappear forever? It turns out that they know run in Ruffle[1], a Rust/WASM based Flash Player emulator I've never heard of (or forgotten about). The handful of them that I have tested work... - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
  • WebAssembly Playground
    shrug It finds its uses. It's just not that overstated. Sandspiel is quite popular and is built using WASM: https://sandspiel.club/ Google Earth - https://blog.chromium.org/2019/06/webassembly-brings-google-earth-to-more.html Ruffle (the "make Flash run safely" tool) - https://ruffle.rs/ Ableton's Learning Synths - https://learningsynths.ableton.com/ etc etc. It's just hard to tell when something is using... - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
  • Amon Tobin – Foley Room site (2007)
    I was amazed that the site still runs, apparently still using the same engine. But it seems that it was a flash site (of course), and archive.org seems to replace Flash Player with "Ruffle" [1]. Either that, or someone of Tobin's team replaced Flash with Ruffle >= 2019. [1] https://ruffle.rs/. - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
  • It's the offseason, so it's time to face the most lethal bullpen ever assembled. Let's play Winnie the Pooh's Home Run Derby!
    It is Flash! You're playing it with the free and open-source Flash clone Ruffle. Source: 7 months ago
  • Tell HN: I Miss Flash
    If you miss the runtime, look into https://ruffle.rs/ and consider contributing to the project. If you miss the authoring tool, it's now called Adobe Animate: https://www.adobe.com/products/animate.html If you miss Flash games and animations, there seem to be a bunch of archives. The FlashPoint Collection has preserved over 170,000 games and animations: https://flashpointarchive.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 9 months ago
  • Thoughts on Flash (2010)
    Well, as a player, there's Ruffle [0] now which seems to do a very decent job. But it seems like it came out when Flash was already a faint memory, and also the authoring system is of course still closed source. I guess that much of the great content in the early days was created on pirated versions of the authoring system, greatly helping its popularity. [0] https://ruffle.rs/. - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • Help the Library of Congress Create Games That Improve Public's Civics Knowledge
    Have you looked into Ruffle? A lot of ild Flash games have been adapted in Ruffle... https://ruffle.rs/. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • Flash Museum – explore more than 130k flash games and animations
    It is Flash files at least (https://flashmuseum.s3.amazonaws.com/htf_ep_45_out_on_a_limb.swf as an example) Seems to be using the Flash Player emulator Ruffle - https://ruffle.rs/. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • Every time you click this link, it will send you to a random Web 1.0 website
    *A random website from a _curated list_ of what one thinks is “Web 1.0”. A lot of these go beyond plain HTML/CSS websites; I got one with a Flash game (emulated using Ruffle [1]). [1]: https://ruffle.rs/#what-is-ruffle. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • Internet Archive expands Flash support
    Ruffle ships a browser extension that loads Ruffle into every tab you open, so Flash sites work as they were originally intended to. It's available for Chrome and Firefox. Safari works if you enable developer extensions and download our macOS app - we have to get into Mac App Store for it to work normally because apparently notarization isn't enough[0]. https://ruffle.rs/#downloads [0] It was enough for the old... - Source: Hacker News / 12 months ago
  • Internet Archive expands Flash support
    I couldn't find any easily available official notice, but they seem to be using Ruffle[0] [0] https://ruffle.rs/. - Source: Hacker News / 12 months ago
  • I haven't played the site in about 2 years. What's changed?
    Last Flash to HTML5 stuff was converted about 7 months ago. There are ways to get the existing Flash Games working in the old games room if you're interested. Source: 12 months ago
  • Vintage game called Loondon— Is there anywhere I can find or download this game to play?
    Download Ruffle flash emulator chrome extension here. I don't know if this is strictly necessary, but I think it makes it easier to get the file. If you don't have Chrome, they also have ways to download it on Firefox, Edge, and Safari. Source: 12 months ago
  • Anywhere I can play PlayFirst games?
    Y8 is still working and it’s got tons of flash games, other than that use the link from the other commenter, or you could also use ruffle (although this one is not finished yet afaik). Source: 12 months ago
  • I just want to make sure, i am not the only one who as this problem.
    For playing games in general I downloaded ruffle and it makes more games load. I think this is it: https://ruffle.rs/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • A look at some of the common complaints that frequent fighting game discourse
    This is actually such an age old argument that someone made a flash game to make a point back in 2011. You can get it going through an emulator if you'd like, but that's optional. I'll be explaining under the assumption you haven't touched it at all. Source: about 1 year ago
  • THINKfast, brain speed training & more...
    Hello, I'm not sure I understood the problem around flash. Had TF been made available in Adobe Flash? If so, there is an emulated flash runner called ruffle (cf. https://ruffle.rs/) that might make it work. I really liked TF in the days of Win98, I would really appreciate having it available again. Source: about 1 year ago
  • does anyone know if this is legit and safe to use?
    I have no idea what that is, sounds like a scam, but the open source flash emulator is https://ruffle.rs/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Flash player to play certain games
    Ruffle is the go-to workaround for that. Source: about 1 year ago
  • PHP was dead 10 years ago right?
    Ruffle somewhat keeps Flash alive. AS3 at least. Source: about 1 year ago

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