Flash Player Enhances Gaming Worldwide

The web is generating a lot of buzz today, particularly with Adobe’s Create the Web event focusing on tools and technologies for the modern web! Speaking of the web, I’m excited to profile a couple of upcoming browser-based games from Japan and Germany. Thanks to the reach of Adobe’s Flash Player on over 1.3B connected desktops, these two games really show off where AAA and sophisticated, console quality titles are being brought to the social web with great success.

Square Enix Japan has just launched a teaser version of their upcoming social game “Legend World,” where users relive past gaming glories by battling boss monsters from older Square Enix titles. Thanks to the Flash Player and Stage3D, Square Enix Japan was able to take the actual 3D models and animations out of games they shipped to consoles, and put them directly into the browser. That means that you’re fighting the exact same boss that was in the original  console game. While the game will only be in Japanese, you can check out the battle demo here, featuring Ring Wyrm from Final Fantasy XII on PlayStation2: http://member.square-enix.com/jp/gamezone/legendworld/battleflash/index.php

And for you MMORPG fans, Herokon Online is coming soon to a browser near you. Based on a German pen and paper RPG – Das Schwarze Auge – Herokon Online takes you into the world of Aventuria where players can role play numerous characters, with a wide variety of skills and attributes. The gorgeous graphics and over 6 million DSA players could be reason enough to entice you to sign up for the beta…even if you don’t speak German!

For more examples of games on the web and mobile, please visit the Adobe Gaming Showcase.

4 Responses to Flash Player Enhances Gaming Worldwide

  1. Anthony says:

    Flash has come an awful long way since moving square boxes around the screen. It is sad that flash has been pushed out of the web in regards to most interaction work, but the flash games platform remains strong and will dominate the online games market for the foreseeable future.

  2. Such a nice blog and and also very nice games.I am very Interested to play these type of games. Thanks

  3. Flashgames says:

    Sweet i did not know flash could handle such intense graphics