With the end of support for both Flash Player and Java platforms, comes the end of life for many once-popular games. Java support has been discontinued on most browsers and Adobe is ending Flash Player support on December 31, 2020.

Games are shifting to other platforms like HTML 5. Unfortunately, shifting games to another platform isn’t as simple as just copying and moving the game. Games have to be completely rebuilt and reprogrammed.


Pogo, which has been a popular online browser game destination for many years has announced the retirement of a long list of games in March of 2020.

Here’s the list of retiring games:

  •    Jungle Gin    (Please note: Jungle Gin will be transferred to HD in January 2020!)
  •    Canasta
  •     Sushi Cat 2
  •     Everyone Wins Bingo
  •     Bejeweled Twist
  •     Connect 4
  •     Hog Heaven Slots
  •     Poppit! Sprint
  •     Bejeweled 2 Slots
  •     MONOPOLY Slots
  •     SCRABBLE Sprint
  •     Amazing Adventures
  •     Slingo Ricochet
  •     Who Has The Biggest Brain
  •     BATTLESHIP: Naval Combat
  •     Peggle Slots
  •     Vaults of Atlantis Slots
  •     Zuma’s Revenge
  •     Phlinx
  •     Sweet Tooth 2
  •     Undiscovered World
  •     Pogo Bowl
  •     CLUE Secrets & Spies
  •     Yahtzee
  •     Mahjong Escape
  •     BOGGLE Bash
  •     Chess
  •     TRIVIAL PURSUIT Daily 20
  •     YAHTZEE Party!
  •     Big City Adventure
  •     Bejeweled 3
  •     Bingo Luau
  •     Plants vs. Zombies
  •     Dominoes
  •     No Limit Texas Hold’em
  •     Spades
  •     Risk
  •     MONOPOLY
  •     MONOPOLY The World Edition
  •     Sherlock Holmes
  •     Solitaire Gardens
  •     Slingo Blast

The company apologized saying, “We know some of you will be disappointed. Due to changes in supported technology, it is simply not feasible for us to continue supporting these games. We know it’s no fun to lose a favorite game, so we encourage you to explore the Pogo library. We have multiple games in each category – bingo, card, word, puzzle, etc. – offering similar gameplay.”

They also said they will continue to update their most popular games to HTML5 and have released 24 new titles and more are on the way.