I was probably introduced to flash games at around age five or six (not long after I’d figured out how to use the family computer I’m sure) and over the last sixteen years I have played many flash games across a large range of genres. As a result I have been met with such a wide variety of experiences, most of which I have enjoyed and some of which have stuck in my mind so many years after I first encountered them and those are some of the games that I would like to spotlight today.
- 1 Papa’s Pizzeria (2007)
- 2 Average Day Adventure (2006)
- 3 Deep Freeze (2006)
- 4 Raft Wars (2007)
- 5 Conclusion
A popular favourite I know, but I think it’s safe to say that Papa’s Pizzeria paved the way for so many cooking simulation games that followed it. I remember when …
In case you didn't know (or have somehow forgotten the other blogs), here's a reminder to go to BluMaxima's Flashpoint, where you can play all of your favorite Flash games! More here: https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/
So yeah...as you may have noticed, this wiki has officially been migrated over to the UCP update that the higher-ups at FANDUMB have been rolling out for a while now. This update has its share of ups and downs - the editor looks cleaner and more organized, but the update overall is unstable and a bunch of features (such as polls and the ability to access wiki activity by any means other than the Recent Wiki Activity page that shows up on the right side of most pages) have been removed. FANDOM leadership has made it clear that they're imposing this change onto all wikis and they have no intention of letting anyone go back to the older Legacy format, so just try to bear with it...
Well, here we are. We've now reached December 2020, the very last month of Flash's life. To think that in just one month, Flash will die and we'll never be able to play our beloved Flash games again...at least not on the Internet, anyway. Thankfully, as I've mentioned a couple times before, we do have Flash preservation projects like Blue Maxima's Flashpoint that allow us to keep playing them, but even still, it's really sad that Flash games are leaving the Internet forever as they were a big part of so many people's childhoods.
Speaking of Flashpoint, a new version with even more games was released a couple weeks ago! If you haven't downloaded Flashpoint already, use this link to download the latest version: http://bluemaxima.org/flas…
It's June. We're now officially halfway through the disasterfest that is 2020...which means we're also that much closer to the death of Flash, at least on the Internet. I'd like to remind y'all that Blue Maxima's Flashpoint (which I introduced in my previous blogpost) is still around, and free to download as always. It got a big version update not too long ago which added a LOT of new flash games to Flashpoint's archives, so this is a great time to go and download it for your flash gaming pleasure: http://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/
Stay safe. We'll get through this awful year eventually.
Well, here we are...it's now officially 2020, meaning this is the last year we have before Flash dies for good, and takes all the games we love down with it. Luckily, there exists a project called BlueMaxima Flashpoint that aims to preserve the flash games which have been such a big part of the Internet's history. By following this link (http://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/) you can download either a collection of most of the flash games on the Internet (be warned, this download is really huge - it clocks in at over 200 gigabytes!!) or a program that automatically downloads flash games as you play them, allowing you to create your own personalized collection of flash games. We may have a full year left to enjoy Flash, but that year willl f…
I hate to say it, but it's true. Cursed Treasure has always been one of my favorite tower defense series, second only to Bloons Tower Defense - as such, Cursed Treasure 2 was once one of my favorite flash games. But recently, IriySoft updated the game...and the update was so bad, it has effectively ruined the game for me. This update is rife with problems ranging from smaller annoyances to major problems that interfere with the player's save data!!! So what exactly did this update do to make CT2 fall so far from grace in my eyes? Well, allow me to give you the rundown...the new update for CT2 made the following changes:
- The Evilpedia (database of gameplay elements such as enemies and towers), which could previously be accessed from any…
Hello. I happened to stumble onto this wiki while looking up info for Mesiria, and thought I'd contribute. After I contributed a bit of info, I noticed the point and badge system, and this is the only wiki I know of that enabled the badge system.
Because the badge system is in effect, and Mesiria being the only flash games I really played, I am deliberately going slow on the Mesiria pages to accumulate points. Going slow also helps jog my memory as I can recall little bits of info a lot better than large lumps of info at once without the need to constantly replay the game(s).
Hay to help get this wiki going i am going to do playthrous of flash games.
But I dont know whare to start so I will have a look at eny games that are requested here so I can get an idea of what games need the most info on this wiki.
I'm still trying to flesh out the editing guidelines, helpful templates, and so forth. You can see the current set of guidelines here, but it's hardly complete.
Ultimately, I want:
- Default article text, containing the Links template.
- Help text on the page itself, linking to the Guidelines page and the help page for the Links template.
- Some more custom text.
But, that's all for the future, alas.
Basically, the purpose of this wiki is to track things like armor values, how many experience points it takes to go up a level, how to win a game, and so forth. Unless someone contracts with Tasselfoot, videos are unlikely to be placed here.
I made this wiki for two main reasons:
- I wanted a web-based place for when I get overly detail-oriented about the Flash games I play.
- I got real tired of seeing errors in walkthroughs that I couldn't fix. Gah.
So! Feel free to edit, change, update, create, and so forth!