About this project

Flash Museum is a project archiving flash games and animations and making them playable again on modern browsers.

On our website, Flash content will run on your browser using the Flash Player emulator ruffle. Ruffle is an open source emulator built using the Rust programming language. It uses WebAssembly to run Flash content on modern browsers, regardless of the operating system you’re using. This allows these games to be playable on all major OS’s like Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, iPadOS, Chrome OS, Linux, and more. This website would not be possible without the hard work of the team behind ruffle – please support their efforts using this link: https://opencollective.com/ruffle.

Flash Museum is built on the hard work of other preservation projects, notably BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint, which has worked tirelessly to preserve thousands of flash games and animations. As well as the countless archivists who have uploaded their collections of flash media on torrents and The Internet Archive.

Finally, the biggest credits go to the amazing developers and artists whom have worked tirelessly to create the Flash content you will find on this website. Credit is always given to the developers and publishers of the content on our website. However, if any game or animation belongs to you and you would like it removed, please contact us and we will do so immediately.