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Downloading Flash Games from saved webpages on the Wayback machine.

Hi! I was wondering if any of you has some experience into this. I’ll explain what I want to do.
Basically, I remember that when I was a child in the late 2000s I used to play Kinder Ferrero Flash Games (italian company of chocolate and sweets) on the Internet.
Problem is that these games are lost now because the site has changed a lot in the past 10/13 years so these games cannot be played again.
I would like to preserve them if I still have the chance.
Has anyone of you experience in downloading flash content from the Internet Archive saved webpages? Is It possible to find cached content, game files if you look into the html code?
I looked into the code and all I was able to find was just some images… but not the files are needed to run these games.
It may sound dumb, but is there a way to download more directly these game contents?
Thanks!

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  1. Flash is now EOL / DEAD. There is no reason to backup old games. Instead, think to convert them to HTML5 and/or Java/JavaScript.

    Even if you manage to back them up, no browser existing today supports them unless you’re on a VERY old version (flash died in 2019).

    All that said, check out: https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/

  2. Hell yes, I was looking for old PopCap games the other day

  3. Have you heard about BlueMaxima’s [Flashpoint Project](https://bluemaxima.org/flashpoint/)? There’s a good chance that the games you’re looking for might be in there.

  4. Start to look into retropi as you will probably find a source of the games your looking for in ROM format. Good luck