The internet hath provideth! I knew people would come through for saving old Flash games! The good, intelligent and kind people of the internet have come through for us all and created a way to save all the old flash games of your childhoods:
Or this, which allows you to run Flash games in your browser: https://ruffle.rs/
For Flashpoint, just download Flashpoint Infinity 9.0(or whichever, based on your preferences, but Flashpoint Infinity is just the casual gamer one). Your computer may detect it as a virus(mine did), but this is a false positive. I have downloaded it myself, no problems.
Once you run the Flashpoint program, just type 'Wyndbain' into the search bar and press enter. All of my games are already there! You only need an internet connection the first time you play(so it can download the game). After that, you can play all of my maker games offline! They even have my April Fools game and those horrid test games I made when first starting out, lmao.
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I don't know? If it's not and you want it added, you can send a request to the guys that built the program. Although if it's the same puppy maker I'm thinking of, it's quite a popular one and I'm surprised it's not already up there, which means it could have already been included but removed at the creator's request.
From their page: "Important Flashpoint components may be detected as a virus; this is a false positive. Follow these instructions to make an exception for Flashpoint if needed. We work hard to keep Flashpoint virus-free."
I trust them, as my own computer is still running fine and virus-free, but If you are uncomfortable downloading something on then internet, then do not download it.
From their FAQ on a question of what operating systems they support: "Mac and Linux versions are constantly in flux due to technology changing left and right in the Windows version and a lack of dedicated maintainers; for the most up-to-date information, you'll have to ask on the Discord."
Uuuh, dunno. On the website where you downloaded it from, there's a section that links to their Discord and they have a help/bugs area that you can ask in. Otherwise, I know nothing about this program since it ran with no issues for me.
I know, right!? I'm sooooo happy, because there was this Flash game I played when I was a kid that was basically balloon game, but with dragons, and all I could remember was that it was called 'Wyvern' and every so often over the course of TWO. DECADES. I tried to find that sucker, to no avail. All I managed to find was a website that had a screenshot of it.
And this program, this wonderful program. It's on there. :'D I'm playing Wyvern again after twenty years.