JohnBlackburne The only future for Flash games on the web that I can see is games ported to JS/HTML5/WebGL.
port the Flash game to AIR either mobile and/or desktop
web site for the game embedding a video of the gameplay
target mobile app stores, steam, itch.io etc. for distribution
is the web everything? is it like 10 years ago?
see recent Gamedev.js Jam 2020 on itch.io
see W3C Workshop on Web Games from June 2019
I mean they did say that HTML5 could do anything Flash can do right?
where are all those HTML5 games?
I would say go to forums like HTML5 Game Devs
and look at the problems game dev have on this particular platform
And honestly I get, it was so easy to publish a SWF on the web and have people play game online
is it that much better and easier now with HTML5?
maybe the question is not how can I replace Flash game with HTML5
but has the market changed in such way that web-browser games are not the end-all be-all?
in fact it is not a maybe, search market share by gaming platform
The Business Of Video Games: Market Share For Gaming Platforms in 2019 [Infographic]
and you will see a 36% growth for smartphone games
and barely a 2% growth for browser PC games
and a quote from that article is
The prediction is that browser-based games will continue to lose market share in 2019 and over the next few years.
so between using AIR that can publish to mobile platforms,
and porting to something else to target the browser
so maybe, just maybe, the future of Flash games is not on the web
but with AIR on other platforms than the web