10 best Cartoon Network Flash games of all time
In December 2020, Adobe Flash was shut down.
It wasted a whole generation of online video games time because gamers can no longer access them easily. In 2016, this article highlighted 10 of the best games you could still play on the Cartoon Network website at the time. For 2021, these games are no longer available through official means because Adobe Flash has been shut down.
That said, you can still access these games through websites like FlashArch and BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint, which archive Adobe Flash games, as the name suggests. While there is no longer any official way to play these games, you can check out these websites if any of these games pique your interest.
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Years ago, the Cartoon Network website was a hub for everything animated, with awesome games that we could play in tandem with our favorite shows. Although many old cartoons (and therefore many old video games) have passed away, the Cartoon Network website still contains some of the classic Flash-powered video games that were popular in the early 2000s.
Although Cartoon Network Games and Adult Swim Games have largely turned to mobile games, there is fun in having fun in a Flash-animated world. Here is a list of ten of Cartoon Network’s best online games that would make our minds numb.
Harum Scarum – The Sinister Adventures of Billy and Mandy
It’s Halloween and Jack O ‘Lantern has brought out his pumpkin ghouls in Endsville. Billy and Mandy must fend off evil pumpkins using bananas, toilet paper, glue and dynamite to save the town from trickster Jack O ‘Lantern.
A friend in need – Foster’s Home for imaginary friends
A simple toss and catch game featuring everyone’s favorite imaginary group of friends. The goal is to get the highest score possible while keeping Bloo away from the Millionaire’s Daughter, a spoiled little girl unable to create her own imaginary friend.
Operation START – Code name: Kids Next Door
The Kids Next Door has revolutionized acronyms for our generation. In this game the treehouse has been infiltrated and you have to collect coins and solve puzzles to rid the treehouse of its enemies.
All monsters attack – Super girls
Who doesn’t want to fight monsters in a huge monster fighting machine and save Townsville from a doom? Beware of anyone who says they don’t. They are probably Mojo Jojo in disguise.
Pillow fight – Super girls
This fast-paced game was weirdly more fun than you might think. Pillow fights are cool. Pillow fights featuring super powerful girls, who can throw a pillow like it’s a missile? Yes.
Robot brigade – Dexter’s lab
It’s stone, paper, scissors, but with robots that destroy. The mission is to beat Mandark and assert Dexter’s dominance as the smartest genius boy.
Clash of idiots – Ed, Edd, n Eddy
Thanks to the gods of Cartoon Network for keeping the Ed, Edd, n Eddy Games. Wrestling + Ed, Edd, n Eddy = a game you can play for a long time without ever getting boring.
Towards the Eds-treme – Ed, Edd, n Eddy
Skateboard + Ed, Edd and Eddy = a classic and fun game that you must play if you haven’t already.
Scooby-Doo and the Scary Castle – Scooby doo
Hanna-Barbera has created many classic cartoons, including Scooby doo. This game has everyone’s favorite Great Dane trying to find their friends. Along the way, you have to keep Scooby from getting too scared by preventing the man in the ghost costume from scaring Scooby.
Sinister ball – The Sinister Adventures of Billy and Mandy
This game was hilarious. It was a dodge ball but used Grim as a target. Hit Grim with the ball until there’s nothing left of him.
Honorable mention must be given to Toonami games that Cartoon Network no longer offers on their site. the Dragonball z, Jack Samurai, and Wing of Gundam games all deserve a sign of respect. Cartoon Network is expected to bring back those games and a lot of those shows that were some of the greatest cartoons to grow up with. One thing they shouldn’t be doing is remaking cartoons in a dull version of themselves (ahem. Teen Titans).
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