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Adobe Flash Player Projector - A Free Tool to Play SWF Files Locally



I have spent the past two hours searching Google, DuckDuck Go, archive.org, etc., all to no avail. Every single link just ends up going to the Adobe Flash download page, which will only download the latest version. The Adobe Flash archive - -player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html - has been decommissioned. Thanks very much Adobe for taking away this resource.


Flash Player Projector is a small, free, portable program for playing Adobe Flash SWF files. After downloading this program to your PC, you can play your favourite flash games and view SWF files in full-screen mode without using a browser.




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Does anyone know where I can find earlier builds of the stand-alone flash players? I have 11.7 and the new 12, but I would like to get all versions of the Flash projector if I could. I have huge collections of Flash games and applications and such (over 123GB), and I would like to also have the debugger option for testing as well.


I tried looking for a link for Flash Projector 18 but I could not find one so sorry. Also, a lot of people say that flash projector 18 is better than 30, but from personal experience, 18 runs significantly worse. My game froze up a bunch and I could be killed while my game was still frozen.


If you download the flash player cab file for Microsoft System Center/SCCM, extract the xml file from the it, then you'll see the msi file listed in the xml file. There's a link for the activex installer and also the Mozilla/firefox/netscape plugin.


So, I am able to download and unzip the fill but I am having issues running the .swf file. I have tried safari and firefox and have updated flash with no success. This seems strange because I am on the same Mac that I was when the game was still live online. Any recommendations for what to try next would be great


  • However it is still possible to view the animation files directly on your computer, without using a browser, using the following approach: First, download, install, and run the Flash Player Projector from the Adobe Flash Player Support Center.

  • The simplest approach is to copy a URL to the clipboard from the table below, and paste it into the projector's File/Open dialog.

  • Alternatively, you can download an .swf Flash file using one of the links in the table below, and view it using the projector. Your browser may block this for security reasons but you may be able to bypass this restriction. Then drag the file and drop it on the projector, or use the projector's File/Open dialog.

  • A third alternative is to create an file association on your computer between the projector and the .swf file type. This will let you click on a Flash file and open it automatically in the projector. See your local IT technical support for help with this.


To debug .swf files in Adobe Flash Player, download the Flash Player projector content debugger for Windows, macOS, or Linux, which may still be available from Adobe's website at the following locations.


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TL;DR: Nothing will change for any already existing files, we will be keeping those around indefinitely. What will change is that we will no longer be accepting new flash files after January 2021. However in order to view flash files in the future you will likely need to download a standalone flash player projector and play the games/videos locally.


Long Answer: The death of flash is purely related to both the browser plugins as well as the continued development of the creator programs. The end user can still download the older versions just fine and use them locally, there just won't be any new updates to either of those. Since the Adobe Flash Player parts are compliant with Windows 10 they will likely continue to work natively on Windows for a decade or two at least.


1.) Visit the Adobe Flash Player Debug Downloads2.) Click "Download the Flash Player projector" and save the executable to your computerOptional: Move the executable to a directory that you're less likely to empty on accident so you don't lose the thing3.) Run the executable, click "File", click "Open...", select the flash file you want to start and open it.


Optional: You can set the projector as default for opening all flash files by following the below steps:1.) Right click a flash file2.) Select "Open With..."2.5) If it already has an association this might change to "Choose Another App..." instead3.) In the newly opened dialog box click "More Apps"4.) Scroll down to "Look for another App on this PC" and click it5.) Navigate to your Flash Player Projector executable and select it6.) Click "Open".


Also it is kinda relevant as Adobe Animate CC is Adobe Flash new name and it will install Flash projector for your machine so you can preview the content you are making with Animate CC or have exported in flash format in past.


Adobe Animate CC is Adobe Flash (remember the old memes of people asking how to do flash and the answer was flash?) just rebranded for animators (so on paper it's not flash, even though it's literally flash), which is the software to make Flash animations and will continue exsisting in future as well. Flash player is browser plugin which is used to view flash content on webpages. Flash projector is standalone flash player used for debugging and handling local files with Adobe Animate. This can also be downloaded by standalone application, meaning it cannot be automatically nuked or updated, so they would've needed to plant this "time bomb" into all and every version they have released ever.


The standalone flash projector is a bit of a hassle to use, but I recently found out that the K-Lite Codec Pack appears to support flash files. It can even handle interactive flash, at least the mouse-click ones, I'm not sure how it'd handle keyboard inputs.


Lightspark and Gnash has been around for decades. Reason for these projects are that you can utilize these software without relying on closed source software. So stuff like Gnash was included with Ubuntu by default because of that reason and to get adobe flash and formats like MP3 to work, you had to install the package for support of closed source software and codecs.


But the only reason why these projects exsist is because of them being open source implementations, if you have no trouble with closed source, just use Adobe Flash in future as well, especially if you are using it for older flash files which are made to work with adobe flash specifically.


I will continue to be amazed of people needing to use flash directly from website when there are so easy solution to play them on standalone client instead, which is so much better from all aspects excluding the small inconvinience to need to download the file.


"Optional: You can set the projector as default for opening all flash files by following the below steps: 1.) Right click a flash file 2.) Select "Open With..." 2.5) If it already has an association this might change to "Choose Another App..." instead 3.) In the newly opened dialog box click "More Apps" 4.) Scroll down to "Look for another App on this PC" and click it 5.) Go in your flash folder and select "flashplayer_32_sa.exe" 6.) Click "Open"."


mairo said:I will continue to be amazed of people needing to use flash directly from website when there are so easy solution to play them on standalone client instead, which is so much better from all aspects excluding the small inconvinience to need to download the file.


Does the projector currently offered by Adobe (in the same page as the regular versions) include a timebomb? I was under the impression that only the regular versions had timebombs and I already downloaded the "official" projector.


You can't, not anymore, I'm afraid. My Flash projector has an address bar, so you can just paste the e6 download link in there and it will play without having to download it, but as the weeks go by, your options for keeping Flash working in the browser will keep dwindling until everyone stops using it.


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