Adobe Flash is dead. Here’s how to save your game before it’s too late
June 23, 2017
The tech industry has been calling for the death of Flash for years. Last year, the quiet rumblings calling for its demise turned into roars as the likes of Chrome and Firefox began to phase out support. A full-on war has been waged against Flash technology and much of the casual games industry is stuck on the losing side.
The latest example of a game to succumb in the fight is from Disney, which shuttered the Club Penguin desktop experience earlier this year. While Disney did launch a new mobile version that seems to be getting some traction, Club Penguin is a game that an entire generation grew up playing and has remained a cultural zeitgeist for millennials everywhere even to this day.