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Riot Games has temporarily turned off the competitive queue in VALORANT due to an exploit that can disable the flash effect for a player, effectively negating the effects of flash abilities of certain agents.
Update 6:05pm CT: Riot Games has turned the Competitive queue back on, and said that the exploit has been fixed. The blind effect on flashes is no longer turned off when the user interface is hidden.
We have always strived to deliver the best web games with a seamless experience. Given our research and play testing, we have decided to use Ruffle, an open-source Flash emulation project to continue offering as many Flash games as we can. Our Ruffle integration will not require installing any software or making changes to browser settings.
If you have made a purchase in a Flash game using the Armor Games payment system since October 1, 2020, we welcome you to contact email@example.com for a full refund. We will mention that your purchases go directly to allowing us to continue to maintain the Armor Games website and also to the developers creating these games. Your support is always appreciated, but we will be happy to refund you for content that will not be playable in the near future. Any purchases you have on your account will remain, and will be accessible again when we are able to reactivate those respective games.
Again, thank you so much for being an amazing community and the best supporters of free games anywhere on the internet. The Armor Games website is not going anywhere and we continue to release new games every week. We look forward to continuing to game with you for a long time to come.
Not everything is based in Flash, however! You can still have an enjoyable Neopets experience playing Neopia's many Flash-free features. Restocking, "PHP games" (such as Food Club, NeoQuest and Scarab 21), the Money Tree, stamp collecting, galleries, the Battledome, the Neoboards, and many more features don't use Flash to begin with and are already future proof. You can also find a list of Flash-free games available to still play on our Game Guides Index.
Starting in 2020, web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox will begin to completely remove support for the Flash plugin, meaning that those browsers will no longer be able to display the Explore map or play Flash-based games.
Another topic of discussion here is all our games. The plan right now is to move these over in batches, starting with about 10 games and moving more from there. We want to be able to bring over all of them with time but starting small will be quicker and let us take your guys feedback moving forward!
I am also aware there has been many mentions of an app and while that is not out of the picture, we have decided to focus on moving away from flash and make that our top priority first. Along with moving away from flash, we are making a mobile friendly browser version to improve user experience when on a mobile device. This is another area we will want to release test versions as soon as we can and get all your feedback to improve moving forward.
Plus, much of Neopia was already Flash-free to begin with! Restocking, "PHP games" such as Food Club, NeoQuest and Scarab 21, the Money Tree, the Battledome, and many more features don't use Flash to begin with and are already future proof. You can find a list of playable games here.
Looking for a list of games to play that do not require Flash? There are many dozens still available to play! For a full list, check out our Game Guides Index where we list all of the games that can be played without Flash today:
Scrabble Blast gameplay is similar to Bookworm, one of our most popular word games. Scrabble fans can also try the online version of the original Scrabble, or the fast-paced Scrabble Sprint game. If you enjoy word games, you might also enjoy Text Twist 2 or Word Ruffle.
Welcome to Dress Up Games! This website was founded in 1998 and has been updated regularly ever since. We have a very long experience with finding and choosing the very best dress up and makeover games the web has to offer.
We started developing and producing our own games in 2006, starting slowly but now we usually release a few games each month. Using our expertise, long experience, and keeping in touch with our users we take pride in knowing exactly what our visitors are looking for and giving them exactly that.
Our goal is to be a welcoming and friendly environment for everyone who like dress up games, makeover games, room designing and all types of games for those who like getting creative and having fun with fashion!
We have behind the scenes been working with the super talented guys at Poki ( ) to make our games playable in HTML5! This means they will remain playable in browsers the way they were designed to be played!
The first game is Bad Ice Cream which you can play TODAY by navigating to our brand new HTML5 section: www.nitrome.com/html5-games. More games will be following starting with the Bad Ice Cream sequels over the next two weeks and when we're done, we hope to have the entire flash catalogue of 130+ games playable in HTML5!
Nitrome now have a Discord channel: . As well as being a great place to discuss all things Nitrome this the place we will be posting early betas of the new games that get converted. Please do sign up here if you are interested in trying them and there will be instructions on how to report any issues you may find with them.
You may notice that we have updated the site. We did this to house the new HTML5 games but this also gave us an excuse to do a little house cleaning elsewhere to bring things a little more up to date. We have updated the Mobile section to have all our mobile game, Our Steam section now has our launched Steam games and we finally now have a Console tab to house the games we have launched there. We are very happy to say that we have managed to get the original Nitrome website developer Tom McQuillan back in order to make these website changes! Thanks for that Tom!
You may remember in our previous post that we said we were making a new website. This is not that site. Our intent at the time was to make a new website that focused on games outside of the browser. It was going to be heavily stripped back and more business focused. We progressed some way with this direction but ultimately changed our minds that this was the way we wanted the site to go. A large part of that decision was due to the HTML5 versions of the games becoming a possibility. We still intend to make a new site that will be more responsive (scale and adjust for various mobile, tablet and desktop set ups). We do not have a clear idea yet on when that might happen and as such are not going to make any estimate on when that might arrive. We will give more news when we have more concrete plans.
On mobile there have been 14 games release since we last updated! We brought our flash games In the Dog House, Colour Blind and Turn Undead to mobile all sympathetically adjusted for the touch screen and widescreen format and with various extras. We also made a full on sequel to Turn Undead too!
Lately (I can't tell you which OS it started happening on, but it happens on Sierra and it didn't happen, back when I was using Snow Leopard), whenever I restart my computer all progress made in those games disappears.
I understand these games save your progress by storing information somewhere on the computer's hard drive. If I right-click on the flash game, I get a contextual menu which includes the options "Settings" and "Global settings":
Edit 2: I think I found the cause of the issue. I have compared the source code of some webpages on Kongregate. On the pages where the games do not save correctly (such as Anti-Idle: The Game and Amorphous+), there is a string "konggames" in the source code. In the previous states as on Web Archive, there is no such string in the source code. To show that this is indeed the cause and not just the same string appearing everywhere on Kongregate, I checked the game Solarmax 2 and found that the game saves correctly and of now, and there is no string "konggames" in the source code.
This means that Kongregate has recently changed the host of some games to this "konggames" thing. By choosing "allow cookies from websites I visit" or stronger settings in the preference, you effectively caused Safari and Flash unable to load save correctly because you have not visited the site "konggames".
Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash and FutureSplash) is a multimedia software platform used for production of animations, rich web applications, desktop applications, mobile apps, mobile games, and embedded web browser video players. Flash displays text, vector graphics, and raster graphics to provide animations, video games, and applications. It allows streaming of audio and video, and can capture mouse, keyboard, microphone, and camera input.
Artists may produce Flash graphics and animations using Adobe Animate (formerly known as Adobe Flash Professional). Software developers may produce applications and video games using Adobe Flash Builder, FlashDevelop, Flash Catalyst, or any text editor combined with the Apache Flex SDK. End users view Flash content via Flash Player (for web browsers), Adobe AIR (for desktop or mobile apps), or third-party players such as Scaleform (for video games). Adobe Flash Player (which is available on Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux) enables end users to view Flash content using web browsers. Adobe Flash Lite enabled viewing Flash content on older smartphones, but since has been discontinued and superseded by Adobe AIR.
The ActionScript programming language allows the development of interactive animations, video games, web applications, desktop applications, and mobile applications. Programmers can implement Flash software using an IDE such as Adobe Animate, Adobe Flash Builder, Adobe Director, FlashDevelop, and Powerflasher FDT. Adobe AIR enables full-featured desktop and mobile applications to be developed with Flash and published for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch. 2b1af7f3a8