Micky’s Adventures (1998)

It’s been more than a year since I created the Twitter profile @MuseumofScreens. Almost 300 games featured and many articles written later, I think it is a good time to define exactly what is the Museum of Screens, why I made it and what I am trying to achieve with it.

Why did I made the Museum of Screens

I have been a fan of browser games since I was a child. They expanded my vision of video games in so many ways. There was something about them I couldn’t find in any other games. …


Flash Games as told by Flash creator is a serie of short articles where we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games and animations that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

Today we welcome Shawn Tanner, a.k.a. Afro-Ninja, programmer and game developer, creator of the Flash Escape serie, Soda Dungeon and many more. I asked him about the Flash games that influenced him, here is his answer…

I had to spend a lot…


Today is January 1st. Adobe officially dropped support of Flash. In the following days, the Flash plugin will be deactivated from most web browsers, thus making every Flash application ever made unusable on them. It is, sadly, not a surprise. We knew this would happen since 2017 when Adobe announced they would stop supporting Flash. Quickly, the most important browsers followed its path, privileging HTML5. It wasn’t a smooth transition, nor was it actually wanted. Despite the golden age of Flash being long gone, people still made Flash games and animations until the very end. But now, the deactivation of…


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s creator is Jordan Magnuson, game designer and writer, founder of the websites GameTrekking, TIGSource and Necessary Games, maker of Loneliness, The Killer, and many more. I reached out to ask him about the Flash games that he remember the most. Here is his answer…

First of all I…


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s Flash creator is Adam Saltsman, game designer, maker of Canabalt, cofounder and director of the game studio Finji (Night in the Woods, Overland, etc…) and producer of the open source Flash game development library Flixel. …


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s Flash creator is Ricky Haggett, founder of the studio Hollow Ponds, designer of Wilmot’s Warehouse, I am dead, and many more. I asked him about the Flash games that he remembered the most. Here is his anwser…

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Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

Feed the Head (2007)

This week’s Flash creator is Patrick Smith, aka. Vectorpark, artist, animator and game maker, maker of Windosill, Feed the Head, Metamorphabet and more. I reached out to ask him about the Flash games that inspired him, he sent me somethig sligthly different…


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s Flash creators are Mélanie Christin, aka. Melibellule, and Jean-Baptiste Le Marchand, aka. Tigrounette, founders of the game studio Atelier 801, creators of Transformice and many more. I reached out to Mélanie to ask her about the games that influenced their works…

Tigrounette is a little shy, so I…


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s Flash creator is Matt Roszak, also known as Kupo, game maker, creator of the Epic Battle Fantasy serie, Bullet Heaven and many more. I reached out to ask him about the Flash games that influenced his work. Here is what he had to say…


Every week during the 100 Days for Flash, we celebrate the history of Flash games and the peoples who made them by asking Flash creators about the Flash games that inspired them, influenced their works, or simply games they find noteworthy. For more informations, go to The Museum of Screens.

This week’s Flash creator is On, also known as Eyezmaze, artist and game maker, creator of the GROW serie. I asked him about the Flash games that he remembered the most, here is his answer…

I don’t play games myself very much. …

ToulouTouMou

Freelance game designer, making baby steps as game curator. You can talk to me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Le_Toulousaing

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