Remember the times after school hours where you quickly rush home to get on the computer and play browser games? Sure, it was simpler back then. Before the rise of current game consoles favorites, like Nintendo Switch and PS5, the best way to pass the time is by playing computer games on your PC. Aside from games that you can easily search online, most of the games that we used to play in the early 2000s are also free! This is what we call ‘flash games.’ We remember flash games as very straightforward when it comes to the game premise, simple graphics, and are in 2D. From the word itself, flash games were intended to play for only a short period of time and can be accessed via a browser. This means that you don’t need to download any application, software, or plug-in just to enjoy a good old flash game. Flash games are typically small in file size compared to those intensive video games we know now, like Animal Crossing and Grand Theft Auto. Flash games will only take a few minutes to finish one round or session. If you are done with a flash game, you can still choose from hundreds of other games in the catalog.