Over the new year, Adobe finally hammered the last nail into Flash’s coffin. But if you’ve got an old Gameboy kicking around, you might be able to carry around a tiny part of Flash history in your pocket.

With Flash Player’s final update removing the software’s ability to run Flash projects entirely, developer Anthony Lavelle suddenly found that his catalogue of over 70 webgames had largely become unplayable. That’s a lotta games, too, with Lavelle’s demo reel sure to evoke a few nostalgic sighs from folks around my age. 

By tracy