It will have a slow death/ In the coming months, depending on what browser you use and how it’s configured, some games will stop working. The same will occur for some websites based on flash. On Google Chrome browser, flash will be disabled by default and later removed.
The newest version of Microsoft’s browser uses a click-to-run option that asks if you want to run Flash on a website, a policy that will continue through mid-2018. In 2019, Microsoft will disable Flash by default before removing after one year. In 2019, Microsoft will disable Flash by default. Facebook, which hosts lots of Flash-based games, urged programmers to get with the program so ordinary folks don’t have to suffer through any of these problems. Actually, new standards are ready to replace Flash. Open standards like HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly have matured. Adobe promised to remain at the forefront of leading the development of new web standards and actively participate in their advancement. They also offer Animate CC, the premier web animation tool for developing HTML5 content, and Premiere Pro CC.