How To Play Our Flash Games If Your Browser Blocks Them

Our fun and educational games were built using the hugely popular Adobe Flash tool. However, Flash has been abandoned and games made with it no longer work in web browsers.

But you can still play our Flash games using Ruffle which is an emulator that runs old games safely in desktop browsers.

The easiest way to run our games is to use the Ruffle extension for the Chrome, Edge, Opera, or Firefox browsers.

Just use the easy one-button installation to add the extension to your browser and Flash games will again:


The second way to run Flash games is a little more involved but also not very hard.

But you will still be able to play our games! Adobe, the maker of Flash, will continue to offer its standalone Flash player which can be downloaded.

Here are the links to download the Flash standalone player from the Adobe/Macromedia Support Center:

For Windows 10:

Download the Standalone Flash Player for Windows 10

For Macintosh:

Download the Standalone Flash Player for Macintosh


How to Use the Standalone Player:

  • Download the correct standalone player for your system and save it somewhere on your computer.
  • Go to the page on our site for one of our games and copy the URL for the game that you will see listed just beneath the game area. It will be labeled: URL to Standalone Game


URL to Standalone Game:

  • Run the standalone player you downloaded earlier.
  • Use File – Open
  • Paste the URL for our game in and click OK
  • Play your game