Nintendo’s old Flash games are coming to the web | Engadget Today
Over 30 mini-games are already available to play.
A Nintendo enthusiast is busy rescuing the company’s treasure trove of Flash games. The titles, which served as promotional tie-ins for releases like Donkey Kong 64, Metroid Prime, and Mario Kart: Double Dash, have long been missing from the internet. But, thanks to the efforts of a modder known as Skelux they’re making a comeback. You can sample a selection of the games, dating from 1999 to 2010, on his website (as spotted by Motherboard).
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