FlashPlayer - SWF to HTML FlashPlayer - SWF to HTML

Open SWF links of Adobe Animate (Flash) in a pure sandboxed JavaScript emulator

FlashPlayer - SWF to HTML is a featured Chrome extension by chandler.stimson. It has 50,000+ weekly active users and an average rating of 3.64. FlashPlayer - SWF to HTML is similar to Flash Player + and Flash Player Emulator 2022. The latest version is 0.2.4 and was updated 4 months ago. FlashPlayer - SWF to HTML is only available in English. Within Chrome Web Store, its overall ranking is #3191.

This extension plays  SWF objects of Adobe Animate (Flash) in a pure JS emulator without the need to have a native Flash plug-in like Adobe FlashPlayer. The extension uses two open-source Flash to JS libraries (Ruffle and SWF2JS) as its emulation engine. By default, the extension does not play Flash objects instead, the user presses the toolbar button for the extension to find all available Flash objects or links in the current webpage. It will offer the user to select the proper SWF object and then send the link to a stand-alone emulator window. This way Flash objects are only functioning when there is a request. For Flash links, the extension adds a context menu item to these links so you can directly emulate an SWF link. Since this extension does not run Flash by default, it is lighter than other similar extensions. It only runs Flash on demand.

Runs a pure JavaScript-based Flash emulator
Does not require any native plug-ins
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User reviews
Useless if it can't play most of the stuff I need.
by Axios Matic Axios Matic, 2022-09-08

Bonjour, je ne sais pas si quelqu'un peut m'aider. J'aimerais faire runner un vieux jeu mais il ne fonctionne pas... j'ai essayé tous les remplaçants de Flash possible, j'ai l'impression qu'il y a quelque chose avec le code
by Laurence Lessard Laurence Lessard, 2022-08-28

I installed this so I could play some parts of Homestuck again, and sadly, it didn't work. other than that, its great.
by dAVE mILLER dAVE mILLER, 2022-04-16
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