When Adobe announced, it would stop supporting Flash on December 31st, 2020. The news had ramifications across the entire online gambling sector. Indeed, up until 5 years ago, developers often used the technology to create slots with neat graphics and engaging math models. But, the frequent plugin update, the lack of compatibility, and, of course, security breach meant that HTML5 overthrew Flash.
Sure many studios saw this coming. So, they started prioritizing HTML5 when conceptualizing online games of chances. Plus, many also uplifted their older game collection to adapt to the imminent tech revolution. Nonetheless, some older titles didn’t quite make the cut.
And it was the case for 9 Quickspin slots as casinoservice.org/uk recently learned.
In total there 9 games that were affected by the change. And these include Three Musketeers,
Jewel Blast, Titan Thunder, Royal Frog, Sugar Trail, Firestorm, Hidden Valley, Epic Journey, and Sinbad.
Yet, out of the 9 slots, 2 will make a comeback. Indeed, Quickspin has announced that Hidden Valley was already available in HTML5. Sinbad, on the other hand, will soon get its facelift as the developer hinted.
In case you didn’t know, Adobe has recently recommended that all its users disable and remove the plugin from all devices. According to them, this could prevent hidden malware from making its way onto your computer or tablet.
First, you’ll need to visit Adobe’s site to download the uninstaller. Then, it’s recommended to close all programs before running the file. Adobe also has a lot of information for Chrome, IE, Microsoft Edge, and Windows 8 users on their site. So, think about visiting it to make sure all your devices are safe. Because in the end, there’s no point in keeping an old plugin if it doesn’t work anymore, right?