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BlueMaxima's Flashpoint

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BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint is mainly a webgame preservation project. As the project grew it evolved into an international project involving hundreds of community contributors, encompassing both webgames and animations created for numerous internet plugins, frameworks, and standards. 

It has saved more than 200,00 games or animations running on over 35 different platforms. It currently covers the following, but not limited to:

  • Flash

  • 3D Groove GX

  • 3DVIA Player

  • ActiveX

  • Authorware

  • GoBit

  • HTML5

  • Hypercosm

  • Java

  • PopCap Plugin

  • Shiva3D

  • Shockwave

  • Silverlight

  • Unity

  • Viscape

  • Vitalize

  • Check here for broader details... 

There are 2 versions available

Flashpoint Ultimate

  • Download every game in one big file (over 1TB download) and thus no internet connection required afterwards

Flashpoint Infinity

  • Download the basic application (around 800MB download) and get the games on-the-go (requires internet connection to use)


  • A copy of the Flashpoint launcher that is tailored specifically to project contributors. Contains only example entries for each platform as well as helpful tools for curation. If you're interested in adding games and animations to Flashpoint, please read the curation tutorial.


  • Kahvibreak is a collection of Java 2 Micro Edition mobile phone games, presented using the Flashpoint Launcher and emulated via the J2ME emulators KEmulator and FreeJ2ME. 

USB Adapter

Last Stable Release:





Windows: 7+

For setup and troubleshooting info, please refer to the manual



Ruffle is a Flash Player emulator written in Rust. Ruffle runs natively on all modern operating systems as a standalone application, and on all modern browsers through the use of WebAssembly. Users or website owners may install the web version of Ruffle and existing flash content will "just work", with no extra configuration required. It will also detect all existing Flash content and this is an entirely open source project maintained by volunteers.

USB Adapter

Last Stable Release:





Installing on a website you own

Use an official Ruffle CDN, or download the 'standalone' version of Ruffle from our downloads, and include the following JavaScript on any page with Flash content:

<script src=""></script>


<script src="path/to/ruffle/ruffle.js"></script>

If you're using a local installation, you'll need to make sure your web server is configured to serve .wasm files correctly, so please visit our wiki if you need help with that.

For advanced usage, consult their documentation for JavaScript API and installation options.


Ruffle is directly available as an extension in the Chrome Web Store and on

For Safari 14+ is required

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