Ninja Kiwi Archive

You thought that great classics such as SAS: Zombie Assault and Blooms TD were dead? You better think again, mojumbo.

Published (or updated) in August 2nd, 2023.

Ninja Kiwi Archive is a pack that brings back more than 60 games from the Flash era that were developed by Ninja Kiwi, which includes their original features, such as multiplayer and online profiles.

Put together and published by this New Zealand firm, responsible for many browser classics, it was originally released on July 9, 2020 for Windows, on Steam, and also Mac in their official site. We know that there are other options to run Flash games nowadays, but this one is not only official, but also practical and promises the original experience we had back in the days!


About Ninja Kiwi Archive

Enjoy some of the best loved Flash games of the past in this awesome time capsule of over 60 Ninja Kiwi classics. Experience a piece of history and play the original Flash games that spawned the worldwide phenomenon of Bloons TD.

Ninja Kiwi Archive collects some of the best parts of the past in one amazing archival package. Enjoy your favorite Ninja Kiwi classics and discover hidden gems from over 14 years of more awesomer, preserved in their original state even after browsers stop supporting Flash.


  • An awesome collection of 60+ classic web games, stored in a time capsule.
  • Experience the forerunners to iconic games like Bloons TD 6.
  • Play the Flash version of popular Steam games like Bloons TD 5, Bloons Monkey City, Bloons TD Battles and SAS: Zombie Assault 4.
  • Log in to your Ninja Kiwi account and reclaim your progress and save games from the web.
  • Enjoy the best single and multiplayer Flash game experiences!

Full game list


A small number of games included in the Ninja Kiwi archive contain graphic content and may not be suitable for younger players.

More info and downloadable games

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