Web Games (Flash) in Retroarch?

These people are given the task of preserving flash games, after the release of Adobe Flash. Although there are low quality games this is part of the story, and there are some epics. It is currently only available on Windows. It would be interesting to have a core in retroarch. :wink:

+info: 36,000 Flash Games Have Been Archived and Saved…

Is there source available for Flashpoint? If so, what’s the license?

The source is available, but as the FAQ states here, the actual binary plugins/player of the flash games comes from closed source. If anything were to be libretro-ized it would have to be some other open source flash player like lightspark.

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The license is MIT

If anything were to be libretro-ized it would have to be some other open source flash player like lightspark.

It can’t be included? But is it the only way? It can be used as an external package, Wine style, or used similar to a Bios.

It seems the actual flash player part of it is proprietary and it is only the launcher that is open.

Yes, I understand that they use the official adobe plugin. My Doubt is. Can these plugins be used in the same way as the Bios of a console?