Chronic Stop the clapping for Adobe Flash Player, but not Habbo!
The transition to 2021 marks the end of Adobe Flash Player. If it marks the 2000s, tomorrow software will say goodbye. A descent that is not without consequences for some games. Fkz explains this in today’s newspaper.
Flash Player was started by Adobe in 1996 and has been the travel companion of many websites because it could run animations or video games on web pages. Le Monde Pixels shows that 80% of Google Chrome opened a page with Flash content in 2014. Software that has been obsolete since the end of 2014 with the appearance of HTML 5. As a result, Adobe announced in 2017 that it would draw a line on Flash Player, which is not without consequences for Habbo.
One change indicated this
As a reminder, Habbo was released in France in 2004. The title is aimed at a youthful audience in which the players embody a virtual avatar. You can customize it and meet other players to get to know each other. Fkz states that the title was supported by Flash Player but will still be playable next year. Habbo is now called Habbo 2020 and swaps Adobe’s software for Unity, a game engine.
If Habbo has promised that this change of direction would be beneficial for the game (greater fluidity, more features, or a revamped user interface), Fkz explains that some players point to the changes made with this transfer of support. A joke from the players who created the hashtag #SaveHabbo and it’s making more and more noise.
The igamesnews.com team wishes you all a happy new year 2021!
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By Charlanmhg, Writing from igamesnews.com