George read our article about the security and stability issues for Flash Player, and asked: If Flash is being done away with, what is being(or will be) done on games sites such as Pogo?
Back in 2010, Pogo released an HTML 5 version of Poppit for the Chrome Web store that was included as part of Chrome. But since then, the company has, in its own words, “dabbled from time to time on some HTML5 code.”
Despite the security flaws in Flash Player, Pogo seems to count on Flash being around for awhile longer. They’re faced with the choice of spending a substantial amount of money to rebuild existing games in a new platform or to just let the PC games die if Flash support is discontinued and concentrate their efforts on mobile gaming apps. That’s really the choice face by any site that depends on the Flash platform, unless Adobe can find a way to make it secure.